Tuesday, 27 May 2014

What do Venezuelans do for a living? (III)

Second part was here
All data comes from the INE

Here you have a new view of how important the public versus the private sectors are in different Venezuelan regions.

As you see, eastern Delta Amacuro is basically a region of state employees. But then Delta Amacuro's weight in Venezuela can be better seen with the following chart, where you have total number of workers in the governmental and private sectors in the same regions. As you can see, Delta Amacuro's share is tiny.

Still, it is not surprising that the regime has a higher share of the vote in rural areas highly dependent on government jobs.

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