Indicator List of Category: YOUTH
Indicator Unit Definition
Account Ownership at a Financial Institution or with a Mobile-Money-Service Provider, Young Adults, % of Population Ages 15-24 Percent The proportion of respondents (ages 15-24) to the total population of their age cohort who report having an account (by themselves or together with someone else) at a bank or another type of financial institution or report personally using a mobile money service in the past 12 months.
Employment to Population Ratio, Ages 15-24, Female Percent Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country’s population that is employed. Ages 15–24 are generally considered the youth population.
Employment to Population Ratio, Ages 15-24, Male Percent Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country’s population that is employed. Ages 15–24 are generally considered the youth population.
Employment to Population Ratio, Ages 15-24, Total Percent Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country’s population that is employed. Ages 15–24 are generally considered the youth population.
Gender Parity Index for Youth Literacy Rate (Female over Male) Ratio Ratio of Youth Literacy Rate, Female and Youth Literacy Rate, Male
Labour Force Participation Rate for Ages 15-24, Female Percent Labour force participation rate for ages 15-24 is the proportion of the population ages 15-24 that is economically active: all people who supply labour for the production of goods and services during a specified period.
Labour Force Participation Rate for Ages 15-24, Male Percent Labour force participation rate for ages 15-24 is the proportion of the population ages 15-24 that is economically active: all people who supply labour for the production of goods and services during a specified period.
Labour Force Participation Rate for Ages 15-24, Total Percent Labour force participation rate for ages 15-24 is the proportion of the population ages 15-24 that is economically active: all people who supply labour for the production of goods and services during a specified period.
Literacy Rate, Ages 15-24, Female Percent Percentage of the female population aged between 15 and 24 that is able to read, write and thus to fully participate in the wider society.
Literacy Rate, Ages 15-24, Male Percent Percentage of the male population aged between 15 and 24 that is able to read, write and thus to fully participate in the wider society.
Literacy Rate, Ages 15-24, Total Percent Percentage of the population aged between 15 and 24 that is able to read, write and thus to fully participate in the wider society.
Prevalence of HIV, Ages 15-24, Female Percent Prevalence of HIV, female is the percentage of females who are infected with HIV. Youth rates are as a percentage of the relevant age group.
Prevalence of HIV, Ages 15-24, Male Percent Prevalence of HIV, male is the percentage of males who are infected with HIV. Youth rates are as a percentage of the relevant age group.
Unemployment, Youth, Female, % of Female Labour Force Ages 15-24 Percent Youth unemployment refers to the share of the labour force ages 15-24 without work but available for and seeking employment.
Unemployment, Youth, Male, % of Male Labour Force Ages 15-24 Percent Youth unemployment refers to the share of the labour force ages 15-24 without work but available for and seeking employment.
Unemployment, Youth, Total, % of Total Labour Force Ages 15-24 Percent Youth unemployment refers to the share of the labour force ages 15-24 without work but available for and seeking employment.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Advanced Education Level, Female (in Thousands) Number Female population with advanced education levels (including short-cycle tertiary education, bachelor’s or equivalent level, master’s or equivalent level, and doctoral or equivalent level) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Advanced Education Level, Male (in Thousands) Number Male population with advanced education levels (including short-cycle tertiary education, bachelor’s or equivalent level, master’s or equivalent level, and doctoral or equivalent level) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Advanced Education Level, Total (in Thousands) Number Total population with advanced education levels (including short-cycle tertiary education, bachelor’s or equivalent level, master’s or equivalent level, and doctoral or equivalent level) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Attending School, Female (in Thousands) Number Female population with "attending school" status that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Attending School, Male (in Thousands) Number Male population with "attending school" status that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Attending School, Total (in Thousands) Number Total population with "attending school" status that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Basic Education Level, Female (in Thousands) Number Female population with basic education levels (including primary education and lower secondary education) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Basic Education Level, Male (in Thousands) Number Male population with basic education levels (including primary education and lower secondary education) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Basic Education Level, Total (in Thousands) Number Total population with basic education levels (including primary education and lower secondary education) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Female (in Thousands) Number Female population that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Female, Rural (in Thousands) Number Female population in rural areas that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Female, Urban (in Thousands) Number Female population in urban areas that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Intermediate Education Level, Female (in Thousands) Number Female population with intermediate education levels (including upper secondary education and post-secondary non-tertiary education) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Intermediate Education Level, Male (in Thousands) Number Male population with intremediate education levels (including upper secondary education and post-secondary non-tertiary education) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Intermediate Education Level, Total (in Thousands) Number Total population with intermediate education levels (including upper secondary education and post-secondary non-tertiary education) that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Male (in Thousands) Number Male population that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Male, Rural (in Thousands) Number Male population in rural areas that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Male, Urban (in Thousands) Number Male population in urban areas that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Not Attending School, Female (in Thousands) Number Female population with "not attending school" status that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Not Attending School, Male (in Thousands) Number Male population with "not attending school" status that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Not Attending School, Total (in Thousands) Number Total population with "not attending school" status that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Total (in Thousands) Number Total population that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Total, Rural (in Thousands) Number Total population in rural areas that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.
Youth Working-Age Population, Ages 15-29, Total, Urban (in Thousands) Number Total population in urban areas that is considered able and likely to work based on the number of people within the 15-29 age range.