List of countries by GDP (PPP) per hour worked

The GDP (PPP) per hour worked is a measure of the productivity of a country when not taking into account unemployment or hours worked per week. GDP (PPP) stands for gross domestic product normalised to purchasing power parity.

Methodology

The data of the following list comes from The Conference Board[1] and Eurostat.[2] GDP is measured in purchasing power parity, normalised to 2013 US dollar (comparable to a 2013 international dollar). It is calculated from 2005 EKS PPP estimates from Penn World Tables (PWT 7), updated with GDP deflator changes. Work is measured as hours worked during the year in employee and self-employment jobs.[3]

Countries

RankCountryGDP (PPP)
per hour 2013
1 Norway75.08
2 Luxembourg73.22
3 United States67.32
4 Belgium60.98
5 Netherlands60.06
6 France59.24
7 Germany57.36
8 Ireland56.05
9 Australia55.87
10 Denmark55.75
11 Sweden55.28
12 Austria54.83
13 United Kingdom51.38
14 Canada50.29
15 Iceland50.01
16  Switzerland49.88
17 Spain49.59
18 Finland48.79
19 Barbados46.19
20 Italy45.04
21 Japan43.77
22 Singapore41.46
23 Hong Kong41.30
24 Trinidad and Tobago40.04
25 Taiwan39.97
26 Slovenia39.78
27 Israel38.99
28 New Zealand36.83
29 Malta36.02
30 Slovakia33.44
31 Greece32.77
32 South Korea32.31
33 Czech Republic31.23
34 Cyprus31.18
35 Lithuania27.53
36 Portugal27.23
37 Poland25.81
38 Hungary24.37
39 Estonia23.50
40 Turkey22.83
41 Latvia21.15
42 Russia19.70
43 Chile19.55
44 Saint Lucia18.58
45 Uruguay18.16
46 Costa Rica17.81
47 Bulgaria16.48
48 Malaysia16.47
49 Mexico16.23
50 Romania15.46
51 Venezuela15.05
52 Argentina13.84
53 Ecuador13.81
54 Jamaica12.95
55 Colombia11.26
56 Peru10.99
57 Brazil10.78
58 Armenia10.00
59 Thailand8.54
60 Sri Lanka6.85
61 India3.40
62 Bangladesh1.98
RankCountryEuros per hour 2012
1 Norway69.5
2 Luxembourg58.2
3 Denmark52.6
4 Ireland50.4
5 Belgium45.7
6 Netherlands45.6
7 France45.4
8 Sweden44.9
9 Germany42.6
10 Austria39.5
11 Finland39.5
12 United Kingdom39.3
13 Italy32.2
14 Spain31.5
15 Cyprus21.5
16 Slovenia21.3
17 Greece20.2
18 Portugal17.0
19 Malta14.5
20 Czech Republic13.2
21 Slovakia12.8
22 Hungary11.3
23 Poland10.4
24 Lithuania10.3
25 Latvia8.2
26 Romania5.4
27 Bulgaria4.8

References

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