A few days ago I published an article about Millennials and promised to publish the detailed charts
If you read my article, you’ve noticed that I reference several studies and data sources. During the research, I looked not only at the global numbers, but used different perspectives to look at the data, just to make sure I wasn’t overlooking something that would lead to 75% Millennials in the workforce. But no.
This article provides you with global and regional charts. It lists the data sources I used to create the charts and write the article. You can use these links to download the data and tailor them to your own workforce. And at the end I provide links to articles in different languages and locations to demonstrate how widespread the belief is that in 2025 75% of the workforce will be Millennials. But now you know better!
Latin America and the Caribbean
All the data I used is available online and you can download the data sets for free from the following sources:
United Nations Population Data: https://population.un.org/wpp/Download/Standard/Population/
Link to the data file used as base for the report: https://population.un.org/wpp/Download/Files/1_Indicators%20(Standard)/EXCEL_FILES/1_Population/WPP2019_POP_F07_1_POPULATION_BY_AGE_BOTH_SEXES.xlsx
Visualization of the UN data into Population Pyramids per region: https://www.populationpyramid.net/
OECD Unemployment Rate: https://data.oecd.org/unemp/unemployment-rate.htm#indicator-chart
OECD Youth Unemployment Chart: https://data.oecd.org/unemp/youth-unemployment-rate.htm#indicator-chart
ILO Labor Force Participation: https://www.ilo.org/shinyapps/bulkexplorer7/?lang=en&segment=indicator&id=EAP_2WAP_SEX_AGE_RT_A
Selected articles around the globe mentioning “Millennials will be 75% of the workforce in 2025”