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UAE: Total labour force in the private sector, by sex (2011-2015)

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Labour force
males females Total
2011 3,630,821 275,773 3,906,594
2012 3,733,727 310,637 4,044,364
2013 3,713,771 337,462 4,051,233
2014 4,052,256 392,244 4,444,500
2015 4,315,030 429,594 4,744,624

Source: Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE)

ANNEXED NOTE

1. Characteristics of data

The figures pertain to the number of workers registered in the UAE’s private sector, with the MoHRE.
No metadata is available. It is unclear whether or not figures include nationals, and unemployed persons.
Domestic workers are not included.

2. Institution which provides data

Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MOHRE): http://www.mohre.gov.ae/en/home.aspx

3. Data availability

The data is taken from the “open data” section of MoHRE website:
http://www.mohre.gov.ae/en/data-library.aspx
Data is available in PDF and Excel formats.

Date of access: March 2017.

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