Indonesia Unemployment Rate

Last Release
Sep 2019
Actual
5.28 %
Forecast
N/A
Previous
5.01 %
Frequency
Quarterly
Units In
%
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
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Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
11.24 %
Sep 2005
2 %
Dec 1984
6.02 %1982 - 2019Statistics Indonesia
In Indonesia, the unemployment rate measures the number of people actively looking for a job as a percentage of the labour force.

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Minimum Wages
3.94
Jan 2019
3.6
Jan 2018
1.68
Jan 2012
3.94
Jan 2019
IDR Million/MonthYearly2012 - 2019
Labor Force Participation Rate
69.2
Dec 2018
69.02
Dec 2017
57.14
Dec 1991
69.21
Dec 2013
%Yearly1990 - 2018
Population
264.2
Dec 2018
261.4
Dec 2017
88.69
Dec 1960
264.2
Dec 2018
MillionYearly1960 - 2018
Living Wage Family
2,954,800
Dec 2018
2,561,300
Dec 2017
2,561,300
Dec 2017
2,972,600
Dec 2016
IDR/MonthYearly2015 - 2018
Living Wage Individual
1,456,700
Dec 2018
1,174,300
Dec 2017
1,174,300
Dec 2017
1,476,300
Dec 2016
IDR/MonthYearly2015 - 2018
Retirement Age Men
58
Dec 2018
58
Dec 2017
55
Dec 2011
58
Dec 2018
Yearly2009 - 2018

Unemployment Rate across Asia

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Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Afghanistan
8.8
Dec 2018
8.8
Dec 2017
6.7
Dec 2009
12.4
Dec 1993
%Yearly1991 - 2018
Azerbaijan
5.2
Dec 2018
5
Dec 2017
4.5
Dec 1996
11.8
Dec 2000
%Yearly1991 - 2018
Bangladesh
4.3
Dec 2018
4.2
Dec 2017
2.2
Dec 1991
5.1
Dec 1997
%Yearly1991 - 2018
Bhutan
2.4
Dec 2017
2.5
Dec 2016
1.15
Dec 1997
4
Dec 2010
%Yearly1995 - 2017
Brunei
9.2
Dec 2018
9.3
Dec 2017
4.7
Dec 1991
9.3
Dec 2017
%Yearly1991 - 2018
Cambodia
0.1
Dec 2017
0.2
Dec 2016
0.1
Dec 2017
2.5
Dec 2000
%Yearly1994 - 2017
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