A popular tourist attraction, Bahamas is made up of 700 islands and more than 2000 quays and rocks spread over 100000 square miles. The country has beautiful beaches, allowing for a thriving tourism industry, as well as a successful hotel and services industry. The culture of Bahamas has developed over generations from a mixture of African, American, and British influences. The people of Bahamas are known for being friendly and hospitable. English is the official language, with Creole spoken by most of the Haitian immigrants.

Bahamas has the second largest GDP in the Caribbean islands, with an economy primarily dependent on the tourism and the banking industries. Tourism constitutes 70-80% of the country’s GDP, employing more than half of its workforce. With beautiful beaches and an inviting economic climate, Bahamas can be a good place to work and invest.

Employment-to-Population Ratio

Unemployment Rate

Employment by Sector

Agriculture 3.7%
Industry 12.9%
Services 83.0%

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