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Table 2 Nurses: rates of employment, quantitative and qualitative underemployment, and unemployment rates, by gender. Mexico 2005–2017

From: Gender inequality in the health workforce in the midst of achieving universal health coverage in Mexico

Rates × 1 0002005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017AARAAGR
All nurses
N*242 615262 686265 191267 477313 070293 819265 734322 045333 749338 678368 520374 248461 377  
 Employment689712721716710681668697705723716707664701-0.26
 Quantitative underemployment51372548515946404934423346434.16
 Qualitative underemployment2322332252102082092612272262192122222482260.95
 Underemployment281829263051253620232938413010.76
Women
N*229 379243 848244 208243 485288 128264 242243 441282 406296 571290 456320 630320 293390 397  
 Employment684721737716717681664703723729721712674706-0.06
 Quantitative underemployment52352750556448454635433449454.18
 Qualitative underemployment2352252072111982012612172122112092232462200.93
 Underemployment29192923305326341925273131297.95
Men
N*13 23618 83820 98323 99224 94229 57722 29339 63937 17848 22247 89053 95570 980  
 Employment767603530715632682706648559689683675610654-0.76
 Quantitative underemployment4265923310214772938262929170.96
 Qualitative underemployment1833324362023272742603003332702372192622808.92
 Underemployment8025603935134732124280993854.17
  1. AAR average annual rate, AAGR average annual growth rate
  2. *Professionals dedicated to household activities are not included in this table
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