Thailand is a South East Asian nation with Bangkok as its capital city. Political stability fluctuates due to the constant coups but Thailand continues to have a monarchy which appears to have a strong partnership with its military. The government controls the media, television and radio stations but the media are also granted the freedom to speak out and criticize the government for oppression, corruption, abuse of office, among others. Thai culture is deeply rooted in Buddhism where Buddhist beliefs and values are incorporated in their day to day lives, while exemplifying traditional Buddhist values of mutual respect and self-control. Their cuisine is very popular world-wide and the country has become a major tourist destination of late. Its beaches and resorts are a popular destination for celebrities and regular folk, alike!

Average Monthly Earnings

Employment-to-Population Ratio

Unemployment Rate

Employment by Sector

Agriculture 31.4%
Industry 22.8%
Services 45.7%

Employment Distribution by Education

Age 15+

Less than Basic 20.8%
Basic 39.4%
Intermediate 22.4%
Advanced 16.4%
Level Not Stated 1.0%

Age 15-24

Less than Basic 3.9%
Basic 50.8%
Intermediate 34.4%
Advanced 9.2%
Level Not Stated 1.7%

Age 15-64

Less than Basic 17.3%
Basic 41.1%
Intermediate 23.5%
Advanced 17.2%
Level Not Stated 1.1%

Age 25+

Less than Basic 22.61.0
Basic 38.21.0
Intermediate 21.11.0
Advanced 17.11.0
Level Not Stated 01.0

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