Women employed who usually work less than 30 hours in their primary job

percent, 1976–2017

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    1976 Ranking
    1. Canada 23.67
    2. Namibia 23.67
    2017 Ranking
    1. Netherlands 58.70
    2. Switzerland 44.57
    3. Australia 38.02
    4. United Kingdom 36.95
    5. Germany 36.84
    6. Japan 36.71
    7. Austria 34.75
    8. Ireland 33.83
    9. Italy 32.44
    10. New Zealand 31.74
    11. Belgium 27.81
    12. Costa Rica 27.49
    13. Norway 26.68
    14. Mexico 26.39
    15. Canada 26.17
    16. Colombia 26.06
    17. Luxembourg 25.93
    18. Denmark 25.35
    19. Chile 24.88
    20. Iceland 24.39
    21. Israel 22.36
    22. France 22.15
    23. Spain 22.06
    24. Namibia 19.96
    25. Turkey 17.87
    26. Sweden 17.51
    27. Finland 17.42
    28. South Korea 16.95
    29. Malta 16.78
    30. Greece 16.35
    31. Cyprus 13.05
    32. South Africa 12.83
    33. Slovenia 11.81
    34. Estonia 11.40
    35. Portugal 10.97
    36. Poland 9.46
    37. Lithuania 9.31
    38. Latvia 8.82
    39. Czech Republic 8.68
    40. Slovakia 7.93
    41. Hungary 5.13
    42. Romania 5.03
    43. Croatia 4.72
    44. Russia 4.64
    45. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 3.07
    46. Bulgaria 2.15

    Part-time employment is defined as people in employment (whether employees or self-employed) who usually work less than 30 hours per week in their main job. Employed people are those aged 15 and over who report that they have worked in gainful employment for at least one hour in the previous week or who had a job but were absent from work during the reference week while having a formal job attachment. This indicator is recorded by gender and as a total.

    Source: OECD