World Tables Variables
- Total fertility rate
Is the average number of children that would be born alive to a woman during her lifetime if she were to
bear children at each age in accordance with prevailing age-specific fertility rates.
- Infant mortality rate
Is the number of infants per thousand live births, in a given year, who die before reaching one year of age.
- Life expectancy at birth
Is the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality for all people at the time of his or her birth were to stay the same throughout his or her life.
- Urban population, % of total
Is the urban population as a percentage of the total population
- Food production per capita
Is the index of annual production of all food commodities adjusted for population growth. Production excludes animal feed and seed for agriculture.
- Labor force, agriculture (%)
Is the labor force in farming, forestry, hunting, and fishing as a percentage of total labor force, which comprises so-called "economically active" persons, including armed forces and unemployed but excluding caregivers and students.
- Labor force, female (%$
Female labor force as a percentage of total labor force.
- Primaryschool enrollment ratio
Gross enrollment of all ages at primary level as a percentage of children in the country's primary school age group.
- Primary school enrollment ratio, female
Gross enrollment of females of all ages at primary level as a percentage of children in the country's primary school age group.
- Secondaryschool enrollment ratio
Computed in a similar manner to primary enrollment, but includes pupils enrolled in vocational or teachertraining secondary schools.