Field Listing

Labor force – by occupation

This entry lists the percentage distribution of the labor force by sector of occupation. Agriculture includes farming, fishing, and forestry. Industry includes mining, manufacturing, energy production, and construction. Services cover government activities, communications, transportation, finance, and all other economic activities that do not produce material goods. The distribution will total less than 100 percent if the data are incomplete and may range from 99-101 percent due to rounding.

  • Afghanistan

    agriculture: 44.3%

    industry: 18.1%

    services: 37.6% (2017 est.)

  • Albania

    agriculture: 41.4%

    industry: 18.3%

    services: 40.3% (2017 est.)

  • Algeria

    agriculture: 10.8%

    industry: 30.9%

    services: 58.4% (2011 est.)

  • American Samoa

    agriculture: NA

    industry: 15.5%

    services: 46.4% (2015 est.)

  • Andorra

    agriculture: 0.5%

    industry: 4.4%

    services: 95.1% (2015)

  • Angola

    agriculture: 85%

    industry: 15% (2015 est.)

    industry and services: 15% (2003 est.)

  • Anguilla

    agriculture: 74.1%

    industry: 3%

    services: 18%

    agriculture/fishing/forestry/mining: 4% (2000 est.)

    manufacturing: 3% (2000 est.)

    construction: 18% (2000 est.)

    transportation and utilities: 10% (2000 est.)

    commerce: 36% (2000 est.)

  • Antigua and Barbuda

    agriculture: 7%

    industry: 11%

    services: 82% (1983 est.)

  • Argentina

    agriculture: 5.3%

    industry: 28.6%

    services: 66.1% (2017 est.)

  • Armenia

    agriculture: 36.3%

    industry: 17%

    services: 46.7% (2013 est.)

  • Aruba

    agriculture: NA

    industry: NA

    services: NA

    note: most employment is in wholesale and retail trade, followed by hotels and restaurants

  • Australia

    agriculture: 3.6%

    industry: 21.1%

    services: 75.3% (2009 est.)

  • Austria

    agriculture: 0.7%

    industry: 25.2%

    services: 74.1% (2017 est.)

  • Azerbaijan

    agriculture: 37%

    industry: 14.3%

    services: 48.9% (2014)

  • Bahamas, The

    agriculture: 3%

    industry: 11%

    services: 49%

    tourism: 37% (2011 est.)

  • Bahrain

    agriculture: 1%

    industry: 32%

    services: 67% (2004 est.)

  • Bangladesh

    agriculture: 42.7%

    industry: 20.5%

    services: 36.9% (2016 est.)

  • Barbados

    agriculture: 10%

    industry: 15%

    services: 75% (1996 est.)

  • Belarus

    agriculture: 9.7%

    industry: 23.4%

    services: 66.8% (2015 est.)

  • Belgium

    agriculture: 1.3%

    industry: 18.6%

    services: 80.1% (2013 est.)

  • Belize

    agriculture: 10.2%

    industry: 18.1%

    services: 71.7% (2007 est.)

  • Bermuda

    agriculture: 2%

    industry: 13%

    services: 85% (2016 est.)

  • Bhutan

    agriculture: 58%

    industry: 20%

    services: 22% (2015 est.)

  • Bolivia

    agriculture: 29.4%

    industry: 22%

    services: 48.6% (2015 est.)

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina

    agriculture: 18%

    industry: 30.4%

    services: 51.7% (2017 est.)

  • Botswana

    agriculture: NA

    industry: NA

    services: NA

  • Brazil

    agriculture: 9.4%

    industry: 32.1%

    services: 58.5% (2017 est.)

  • British Virgin Islands

    agriculture: 0.6%

    industry: 40%

    services: 59.4% (2005)

  • Brunei

    agriculture: 4.2%

    industry: 62.8%

    services: 33% (2008 est.)

  • Bulgaria

    agriculture: 6.8%

    industry: 26.6%

    services: 66.6% (2016 est.)

  • Burkina Faso

    agriculture: 90%

    industry and services: 10% (2000 est.)

  • Burma

    agriculture: 70%

    industry: 7%

    services: 23% (2001 est.)

  • Burundi

    agriculture: 93.6%

    industry: 2.3%

    services: 4.1% (2002 est.)

  • Cambodia

    agriculture: 48.7%

    industry: 19.9%

    services: 31.5% (2013 est.)

  • Cameroon

    agriculture: 70%

    industry: 13%

    services: 17% (2001 est.)

  • Canada

    agriculture: 2%

    industry: 13%

    services: 6%

    industry and services: 76%

    manufacturing: 3% (2006 est.)

  • Cayman Islands

    agriculture: 1.9%

    industry: 19.1%

    services: 79% (2008 est.)

  • Chad

    agriculture: 80%

    industry: 20% (2006 est.)

  • Chile

    agriculture: 9.2%

    industry: 23.7%

    services: 67.1% (2013)

  • China

    agriculture: 27.7%

    industry: 28.8%

    services: 43.5% (2016 est.)

  • Cocos (Keeling) Islands

    note: the Cocos Islands Cooperative Society Ltd. employs construction workers, stevedores, and lighterage workers; tourism is the other main source of employment

  • Colombia

    agriculture: 17%

    industry: 21%

    services: 62% (2011 est.)

  • Comoros

    agriculture: 80%

    industry: 20% (1996 est.)

    industry and services: 20% (1996 est.)

  • Congo, Democratic Republic of the

    agriculture: NA

    industry: NA

    services: NA

  • Congo, Republic of the

    agriculture: 35.4%

    industry: 20.6%

    services: 44% (2005 est.)

  • Cook Islands

    agriculture: 29%

    industry: 15%

    services: 56% (1995)

  • Costa Rica

    agriculture: 14%

    industry: 22%

    services: 64% (2006 est.)

  • Cote d'Ivoire

    agriculture: 68% (2007 est.)

  • Croatia

    agriculture: 1.9%

    industry: 27.3%

    services: 70.8% (2017 est.)

  • Cuba

    agriculture: 18%

    industry: 10%

    services: 72% (2016 est.)

  • Curacao

    agriculture: 1.2%

    industry: 16.9%

    services: 81.8% (2008 est.)

  • Cyprus

    agriculture: 3.8%

    industry: 15.2%

    services: 81% (2014 est.)

  • Czechia

    agriculture: 2.8%

    industry: 38%

    services: 59.2% (2015)

  • Denmark

    agriculture: 2.4%

    industry: 18.3%

    services: 79.3% (2016 est.)

  • Djibouti

    agriculture: NA

    industry: NA

    services: NA

  • Dominica

    agriculture: 40%

    industry: 32%

    services: 28% (2002 est.)

  • Dominican Republic

    agriculture: 14.4%

    industry: 20.8% (2014)

    services: 64.7% (2014 est.)

  • Ecuador

    agriculture: 26.1%

    industry: 18.4%

    services: 55.5% (2017 est.)

  • Egypt

    agriculture: 25.8%

    industry: 25.1%

    services: 49.1% (2015 est.)

  • El Salvador

    agriculture: 21%

    industry: 20%

    services: 58% (2011 est.)

  • Eritrea

    agriculture: 80%

    industry: 20% (2004 est.)

  • Estonia

    agriculture: 2.7%

    industry: 20.5%

    services: 76.8% (2017 est.)

  • Eswatini

    agriculture: 10.7%

    industry: 30.4%

    services: 58.9% (2014 est.)

  • Ethiopia

    agriculture: 72.7%

    industry: 7.4%

    services: 19.9% (2013 est.)

  • European Union

    agriculture: 5%

    industry: 21.9%

    services: 73.1% (2014 est.)

  • Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)

    agriculture: 41%

    industry: 24.5%

    services: 34.5% (2015 est.)

  • Faroe Islands

    agriculture: 15%

    industry: 15%

    services: 70% (December 2016 est.)

  • Fiji

    agriculture: 44.2%

    industry: 14.3%

    services: 41.6% (2011)

  • Finland

    agriculture: 4%

    industry: 20.7%

    services: 75.3% (2017 est.)

  • France

    agriculture: 2.8% (2016 est.)

    industry: 20% (2016 est.)

    services: 77.2% (2016 est.)

  • French Polynesia

    agriculture: 13%

    industry: 19%

    services: 68% (2013 est.)

  • Gabon

    agriculture: 64%

    industry: 12%

    services: 24% (2005 est.)

  • Gambia, The

    agriculture: 75%

    industry: 19%

    services: 6% (1996 est.)

  • Gaza Strip

    agriculture: 5.2%

    industry: 10%

    services: 84.8% (2015 est.)

    note: data exclude the West Bank

  • Georgia

    agriculture: 55.6%

    industry: 8.9%

    services: 35.5% (2006 est.)

  • Germany

    agriculture: 1.4%

    industry: 24.2%

    services: 74.3% (2016)

  • Ghana

    agriculture: 44.7%

    industry: 14.4%

    services: 40.9% (2013 est.)

  • Gibraltar

    agriculture: NEGL

    industry: 1.8%

    services: 98.2% (2014 est.)

  • Greece

    agriculture: 12.6%

    industry: 15%

    services: 72.4% (30 October 2015 est.)

  • Greenland

    agriculture: 15.9%

    industry: 10.1%

    services: 73.9% (2015 est.)

  • Grenada

    agriculture: 11%

    industry: 20%

    services: 69% (2008 est.)

  • Guam

    agriculture: 0.3%

    industry: 21.6%

    services: 78.1% (2013 est.)

  • Guatemala

    agriculture: 31.4%

    industry: 12.8%

    services: 55.8% (2017 est.)

  • Guinea

    agriculture: 76%

    industry: 24% (2006 est.)

  • Guinea-Bissau

    agriculture: 82%

    industry and services: 18% (2000 est.)

  • Guyana

    agriculture: NA

    industry: NA

    services: NA

  • Haiti

    agriculture: 38.1%

    industry: 11.5%

    services: 50.4% (2010)

  • Holy See (Vatican City)

    note: essentially services with a small amount of industry; nearly all dignitaries, priests, nuns, guards, and the approximately 3,000 lay workers live outside the Vatican

  • Honduras

    agriculture: 39.2%

    industry: 20.9%

    services: 39.8% (2005 est.)

  • Hong Kong

    agriculture: 3.8% (2013 est.)

    industry: 2% (2016 est.)

    services: 54.5% (2016 est.)

    industry and services: 12.5% (2013 est.)

    agriculture/fishing/forestry/mining: 10.1% (2013)

    manufacturing: 17.1% (2013 est.)

    note: above data exclude public sector

  • Hungary

    agriculture: 4.9%

    industry: 30.3%

    services: 64.5% (2015 est.)

  • Iceland

    agriculture: 4.8%

    industry: 22.2%

    services: 73% (2008)

  • India

    agriculture: 47%

    industry: 22%

    services: 31% (FY 2014 est.)

  • Indonesia

    agriculture: 32%

    industry: 21%

    services: 47% (2016 est.)

  • Iran

    agriculture: 16.3%

    industry: 35.1%

    services: 48.6% (2013 est.)

  • Iraq

    agriculture: 21.6%

    industry: 18.7%

    services: 59.8% (2008 est.)

  • Ireland

    agriculture: 5%

    industry: 11%

    services: 84% (2015 est.)

  • Isle of Man

    manufacturing: 5% (2006 est.)

    construction: 8% (2006 est.)

    tourism: 1% (2006 est.)

    transport and communications: 9% (2006 est.)

    agriculture, forestry, and fishing: 2% (2006 est.)

    gas, electricity, and water: 1% (2006 est.)

    wholesale and retail distribution: 11% (2006 est.)

    professional and scientific services: 20% (2006 est.)

    public administration: 7% (2006 est.)

    banking and finance: 23% (2006 est.)

    entertainment and catering: 5% (2006 est.)

    miscellaneous services: 8% (2006 est.)

  • Israel

    agriculture: 1.1%

    industry: 17.3%

    services: 81.6% (2015 est.)

  • Italy

    agriculture: 3.9%

    industry: 28.3%

    services: 67.8% (2011)

  • Jamaica

    agriculture: 16.1%

    industry: 16%

    services: 67.9% (2017)

  • Japan

    agriculture: 2.9%

    industry: 26.2%

    services: 70.9% (February 2015 est.)

  • Jersey

    agriculture: 3%

    industry: 12%

    services: 85% (2014 est.)

  • Jordan

    agriculture: 2%

    industry: 20%

    services: 78% (2013 est.)

  • Kazakhstan

    agriculture: 18.1%

    industry: 20.4%

    services: 61.6% (2017 est.)

  • Kenya

    agriculture: 61.1%

    industry: 6.7%

    services: 32.2% (2005 est.)

  • Kiribati

    agriculture: 15%

    industry: 10%

    services: 75% (2010)

  • Korea, North

    agriculture: 37%

    industry: 63% (2008 est.)

  • Korea, South

    agriculture: 4.8%

    industry: 24.6%

    services: 70.6% (2017 est.)

  • Kosovo

    agriculture: 4.4%

    industry: 17.4%

    services: 78.2% (2017 est.)

  • Kuwait

    agriculture: NA

    industry: NA

    services: NA

  • Kyrgyzstan

    agriculture: 48%

    industry: 12.5%

    services: 39.5% (2005 est.)

  • Laos

    agriculture: 73.1%

    industry: 6.1%

    services: 20.6% (2012 est.)

  • Latvia

    agriculture: 7.7%

    industry: 24.1%

    services: 68.1% (2016 est.)

  • Lebanon

    agriculture: 39% (2009 est.) NA

    industry: NA

    services: NA

  • Lesotho

    agriculture: 86%

    industry and services: 14% (2002 est.)

    note: most of the resident population is engaged in subsistence agriculture; roughly 35% of the active male wage earners work in South Africa

  • Liberia

    agriculture: 70%

    industry: 8%

    services: 22% (2000 est.)

  • Libya

    agriculture: 17%

    industry: 23%

    services: 59% (2004 est.)

  • Liechtenstein

    agriculture: 0.8%

    industry: 36.9%

    services: 62.3% (2015)

  • Lithuania

    agriculture: 9.1%

    industry: 25.2%

    services: 65.8% (2015 est.)

  • Luxembourg

    agriculture: 1.1%

    industry: 20%

    services: 78.9% (2013 est.)

  • Macau

    agriculture: 2.5%

    industry: 9.8%

    services: 4.4%

    industry and services: 12.4%

    agriculture/fishing/forestry/mining: 15%

    manufacturing: 25.9%

    construction: 7.1%

    transportation and utilities: 2.6%

    commerce: 20.3% (2013 est.)

  • Malawi

    agriculture: 76.9%

    industry: 4.1%

    services: 19% (2013 est.)

  • Malaysia

    agriculture: 11%

    industry: 36%

    services: 53% (2012 est.)

  • Maldives

    agriculture: 7.7%

    industry: 22.8%

    services: 69.5% (2017 est.)

  • Mali

    agriculture: 80%

    industry and services: 20% (2005 est.)

  • Malta

    agriculture: 1.6%

    industry: 20.7%

    services: 77.7% (2016 est.)

  • Marshall Islands

    agriculture: 11%

    industry: 16.3%

    services: 72.7% (2011 est.)

  • Mauritania

    agriculture: 50%

    industry: 1.9%

    services: 48.1% (2014 est.)

  • Mauritius

    agriculture: 8%

    industry: 29.8%

    services: 62.2% (2014 est.)

  • Mexico

    agriculture: 13.4%

    industry: 24.1%

    services: 61.9% (2011)

  • Micronesia, Federated States of

    agriculture: 0.9%

    industry: 5.2%

    services: 93.9% (2013 est.)

    note: two-thirds of the labor force are government employees

  • Moldova

    agriculture: 32.3%

    industry: 12%

    services: 55.7% (2017 est.)

  • Monaco

    agriculture: 0%

    industry: 16.1%

    services: 83.9% (2012 est.)

  • Mongolia

    agriculture: 31.1%

    industry: 18.5%

    services: 50.5% (2016)

  • Montenegro

    agriculture: 7.9%

    industry: 17.1%

    services: 75% (2017 est.)

  • Montserrat

    agriculture: 1.4%

    industry: 12.7%

    services: 85.9% (2017 est.)

  • Morocco

    agriculture: 39.1%

    industry: 20.3%

    services: 40.5% (2014 est.)

  • Mozambique

    agriculture: 74.4%

    industry: 3.9%

    services: 21.7% (2015 est.)

  • Namibia

    agriculture: 31%

    industry: 14%

    services: 54% (2013 est.)

    note: about half of Namibia's people are unemployed while about two-thirds live in rural areas; roughly two-thirds of rural dwellers rely on subsistence agriculture

  • Nauru

    note: most of the labor force is employed in phosphate mining, public administration, education, and transportation

  • Nepal

    agriculture: 69%

    industry: 12%

    services: 19% (2015 est.)

  • Netherlands

    agriculture: 1.2%

    industry: 17.2%

    services: 81.6% (2015 est.)

  • New Caledonia

    agriculture: 2.7%

    industry: 22.4%

    services: 74.9% (2010)

  • New Zealand

    agriculture: 6.6%

    industry: 20.7%

    services: 72.7% (2017 est.)

  • Nicaragua

    agriculture: 31%

    industry: 18%

    services: 50% (2011 est.)

  • Niger

    agriculture: 79.2%

    industry: 3.3%

    services: 17.5% (2012 est.)

  • Nigeria

    agriculture: 70%

    industry: 10%

    services: 20% (1999 est.)

  • Niue

    note: most work on family plantations; paid work exists only in government service, small industry, and the Niue Development Board

  • Norfolk Island

    agriculture: 6%

    industry: 14%

    services: 80% (2006 est.)

  • North Macedonia

    agriculture: 16.2%

    industry: 29.2%

    services: 54.5% (2017 est.)

  • Northern Mariana Islands

    agriculture: 1.9%

    industry: 10%

    services: 88.1% (2010 est.)

  • Norway

    agriculture: 2.1%

    industry: 19.3%

    services: 78.6% (2016 est.)

  • Oman

    agriculture: 4.7% NA

    industry: 49.6% NA

    services: 45% (2016 est.) NA

  • Pakistan

    agriculture: 42.3%

    industry: 22.6%

    services: 35.1% (FY2015 est.)

  • Palau

    agriculture: 1.2%

    industry: 12.4%

    services: 86.4% (2016)

  • Panama

    agriculture: 17%

    industry: 18.6%

    services: 64.4% (2009 est.)

  • Papua New Guinea

    agriculture: 85%

    industry: NA

    services: NA

  • Paraguay

    agriculture: 26.5%

    industry: 18.5%

    services: 55% (2008)

  • Peru

    agriculture: 25.8%

    industry: 17.4%

    services: 56.8% (2011)

  • Philippines

    agriculture: 25.4%

    industry: 18.3%

    services: 56.3% (2017 est.)

  • Pitcairn Islands

    note: no business community in the usual sense; some public works; subsistence farming and fishing

  • Poland

    agriculture: 11.5%

    industry: 30.4%

    services: 57.6% (2015)

  • Portugal

    agriculture: 8.6%

    industry: 23.9%

    services: 67.5% (2014 est.)

  • Puerto Rico

    agriculture: 2.1%

    industry: 19%

    services: 79% (2005 est.)

  • Romania

    agriculture: 28.3%

    industry: 28.9%

    services: 42.8% (2014)

  • Russia

    agriculture: 9.4%

    industry: 27.6%

    services: 63% (2016 est.)

  • Rwanda

    agriculture: 75.3%

    industry: 6.7%

    services: 18% (2012 est.)

  • Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha

    agriculture: 6%

    industry: 48%

    services: 46% (1987 est.)

  • Saint Lucia

    agriculture: 21.7%

    industry: 24.7%

    services: 53.6% (2002 est.)

  • Saint Martin

    85 directly or indirectly employed in tourist industry

  • Saint Pierre and Miquelon

    agriculture: 18%

    industry: 41%

    services: 41% (1996 est.)

  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

    agriculture: 26%

    industry: 17%

    services: 57% (1980 est.)

  • Samoa

    agriculture: 65%

    industry: 6%

    services: 29% (2015 est.)

  • San Marino

    agriculture: 0.2%

    industry: 33.5%

    services: 66.3% (September 2013 est.)

  • Sao Tome and Principe

    agriculture: 26.1%

    industry: 21.4%

    services: 52.5% (2014 est.)

  • Saudi Arabia

    agriculture: 6.7%

    industry: 21.4%

    services: 71.9% (2005 est.)

  • Senegal

    agriculture: 77.5%

    industry: 22.5%

    industry and services: 22.5% (2007 est.)

  • Serbia

    agriculture: 19.4%

    industry: 24.5%

    services: 56.1% (2017 est.)

  • Seychelles

    agriculture: 3%

    industry: 23%

    services: 74% (2006)

  • Sierra Leone

    agriculture: 61.1%

    industry: 5.5%

    services: 33.4% (2014 est.)

  • Singapore

    agriculture: 0.7%

    industry: 25.6%

    services: 73.7% (2017)

    note: excludes non-residents

  • Sint Maarten

    agriculture: 1.1%

    industry: 15.2%

    services: 83.7% (2008 est.)

  • Slovakia

    agriculture: 3.9%

    industry: 22.7%

    services: 73.4% (2015)

  • Slovenia

    agriculture: 5.5%

    industry: 31.2%

    services: 63.3% (2017 est.)

  • Solomon Islands

    agriculture: 75%

    industry: 5%

    services: 20% (2000 est.)

  • Somalia

    agriculture: 71%

    industry: 29%

    industry and services: 29% (1975)

  • South Africa

    agriculture: 4.6%

    industry: 23.5%

    services: 71.9% (2014 est.)

  • Spain

    agriculture: 4.2%

    industry: 24%

    services: 71.7% (2009)

  • Sri Lanka

    agriculture: 27%

    industry: 26%

    services: 47% (31 December 2016)

  • Sudan

    agriculture: 80%

    industry: 7%

    services: 13% (1998 est.)

  • Suriname

    agriculture: 11.2%

    industry: 19.5%

    services: 69.3% (2010)

  • Sweden

    agriculture: 2%

    industry: 12%

    services: 86% (2014 est.)

  • Switzerland

    agriculture: 3.3%

    industry: 19.8%

    services: 76.9% (2015)

  • Syria

    agriculture: 17%

    industry: 16%

    services: 67% (2008 est.)

  • Taiwan

    agriculture: 4.9%

    industry: 35.9%

    services: 59.2% (2016 est.)

  • Tajikistan

    agriculture: 43%

    industry: 10.6%

    services: 46.4% (2016 est.)

  • Tanzania

    agriculture: 66.9%

    industry: 6.4%

    services: 26.6% (2014 est.)

  • Thailand

    agriculture: 31.8%

    industry: 16.7%

    services: 51.5% (2015 est.)

  • Timor-Leste

    agriculture: 41%

    industry: 13%

    services: 45.1% (2013)

  • Togo

    agriculture: 65%

    industry: 5%

    services: 30% (1998 est.)

  • Tonga

    agriculture: 2,006% (2006 est.)

    industry: 27.5% (2006 est.)

    services: 2,006% (2006 est.)

  • Trinidad and Tobago

    agriculture: 3.1%

    industry: 11.5%

    services: 85.4% (2016 est.)

  • Tunisia

    agriculture: 14.8%

    industry: 33.2%

    services: 51.7% (2014 est.)

  • Turkey (Turkiye)

    agriculture: 18.4%

    industry: 26.6%

    services: 54.9% (2016)

  • Turkmenistan

    agriculture: 48.2%

    industry: 14%

    services: 37.8% (2004 est.)

  • Turks and Caicos Islands

    note: about 33% in government and 20% in agriculture and fishing; significant numbers in tourism, financial, and other services

  • Tuvalu

    note: most people make a living through exploitation of the sea, reefs, and atolls - and through overseas remittances (mostly from workers in the phosphate industry and sailors)

  • Uganda

    agriculture: 71%

    industry: 7%

    services: 22% (2013 est.)

  • Ukraine

    agriculture: 5.8%

    industry: 26.5%

    services: 67.8% (2014)

  • United Arab Emirates

    agriculture: 7%

    industry: 15%

    services: 78% (2000 est.)

  • United Kingdom

    agriculture: 1.3%

    industry: 15.2%

    services: 83.5% (2014 est.)

  • United States

    agriculture: 0.7% (2009)

    industry: 20.3% (2009)

    services: 37.3% (2009)

    industry and services: 24.2% (2009)

    manufacturing: 17.6% (2009)

    farming, forestry, and fishing: 0.7% (2009)

    manufacturing, extraction, transportation, and crafts: 20.3% (2009)

    managerial, professional, and technical: 37.3% (2009)

    sales and office: 24.2% (2009)

    other services: 17.6% (2009)

    note: figures exclude the unemployed

  • Uruguay

    agriculture: 13%

    industry: 14%

    services: 73% (2010 est.)

  • Uzbekistan

    agriculture: 25.9%

    industry: 13.2%

    services: 60.9% (2012 est.)

  • Vanuatu

    agriculture: 65%

    industry: 5%

    services: 30% (2000 est.)

  • Venezuela

    agriculture: 7.3%

    industry: 21.8%

    services: 70.9% (4th quarter, 2011 est.)

  • Vietnam

    agriculture: 40.3%

    industry: 25.7%

    services: 34% (2017)

  • Virgin Islands

    agriculture: 1%

    industry: 19%

    services: 80% (2003 est.)

  • Wallis and Futuna

    agriculture: 74%

    industry: 3%

    services: 23% (2015 est.)

  • West Bank

    agriculture: 11.5%

    industry: 34.4%

    services: 54.1% (2013 est.)

    note: excludes Gaza Strip

  • World

    agriculture: 31%

    industry: 23.5%

    services: 45.5% (2014 est.)

  • Yemen

    note: most people are employed in agriculture and herding; services, construction, industry, and commerce account for less than one-fourth of the labor force

  • Zambia

    agriculture: 54.8%

    industry: 9.9%

    services: 35.3% (2017 est.)

  • Zimbabwe

    agriculture: 67.5%

    industry: 7.3%

    services: 25.2% (2017 est.)