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Global Employment Trends for Women 2012
Table A1. Unemployment rate by sex, world and regions (%), 2000/ 2006–2012… page 51
Table A2. Unemployment rate by sex for youth and adults, world and regions (%) 2000/ 2006-2012… page 52
Table A3. Female unemployment rate projections, for world and regions, 2012-2016 (%)… page 53
Table A4. Global employment and unemployment by sex, for total (15+), youth (15-24) and adult (25+), 2000/ 2006-2012… page 53
Table A5. Employment-to-population ratio by sex, world and regions (%), 2000/ 2006-2010… page 54
Table A6. Employment-to-population ratio by sex for youth and adults, world and regions (%), 2000/ 2006-2012… page 55
Table A7. Labour force participation rates by sex, world and regions (%), 1992/ 2002/ 2006-2012… page 56
Table A8. Employment shares by sector and sex, world and regions (%), 1992/2002/2012… page 57
Table A9.Vulnerable employment shares by sex, world and regions (%),2000/ 2006–2012… page 58
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Domestic workers across the world: Global and regional statistics and the extent of legal protection

Figure 3.1   Distribution of domestic workers by sex and region, 2010

Figure 3.2  Total employment and employment of domestic workers in Spain,

Figure 4.1  Coverage of domestic workers by national labour legislation across the world, 2010

Figure 5.1  Average hours of work for domestic workers, per week (latest available year)

Figure 5.2  Limitation of normal weekly hours of work for domestic workers under national legislation, 2010

Figure 5.3  Entitlement to weekly rest (at least 24 consecutive hours) for domestic workers under national legislation, 2010

Figure 5.4  Entitlement to annual leave for domestic workers under national legislation, 2010

Figure 6.1 Average wages of domestic workers, in per cent of average wages for all paid employees (latest available year)

Figure 6.2  Member organizations of the International Domestic Workers’ Network (IDWN), May 2012

Figure 6.3  Trends in real minimum wages and real average wages of domestic workers in Brazil, 1995–2011

Figure 6.4  Minimum wage coverage for domestic workers, 2010

Figure 6.5  Permissible in-kind payments of minimum wages, 2010

Figure 7.1  Entitlement to maternity leave for domestic workers under national legislation, 2010

Figure 7.2 Entitlement to maternity cash benefits for domestic workers under national legislation, 2010

Table 2.1  Coverage of the ILO’s statistical database on domestic workers, 2010

Table 2.2  India: Employment by industry subcategories and sex, 2004/05 (NIC 2004)

Table 3.1  Global and regional estimates on the number of domestic workers in 2010, by sex

Table 3.2  Estimates of number of children in domestic work by age and sex, 2008

Table 3.3  Global and regional estimates on the number of domestic workers in 1995 and 2010, by sex

Table 4.1  Coverage of the combined statistical and legal database on domestic workers, 2010

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