Iceland

Labour Market

Academic degree in 15-74 age group, gender, per cent, 2011/2012
LandWomenMen
Iceland 66.8%33.2%

At-risk-of-poverty-rate, gender, per cent, 2012
LandWomenMen
Iceland 7.5%8.4%

Cause of death: accidents, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 1625

Cause of death: cancer, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 160192

Cause of death: cardiovascular disease, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 221236

Cause of death: suicide, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 418

Maternity and parental allowance in connection with pregnancy, child delivery and adoption, number of days (in thousands) with maternity and parental allowance, per cent of days recorded for men, 2012
LandMen
Iceland 28.4% *

Maternity and parental allowance in connection with pregnancy, child delivery and adoption, number of days (in thousands) with maternity and parental allowance, total number of days, 2012
Land
Iceland 1067 *

Percentage of population aged 18–24 with at most a lower secondary education and not in further education or training, 2013
LandWomenMen
Iceland 16.4%24.4%

Percentage of women and men as rectors at higher education institutions in the Nordic region in 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 20%80%

Percentage of women and men on the research council boards in the Nordic region in 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 40%60%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade A (The single highest grade/post at which research is normally conducted), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 24%76%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade B (Researchers working in positions not as senior as top position (A) but more senior than newly qualified PhD holders), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 36%64%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade C (The first grade/post into which a newly qualified PhD graduate would normally be recruited), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 49%51%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Engineering, manufacturing and construction, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 4.6%17.0%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Health and welfare, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 18.5%4.8%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Humanities and arts, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 15.0%14.4%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Science, mathematics and computing, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 5.2%14.9%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Social sciences, business and law, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 34.6%38.5%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Teacher training, education and science, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 18.8%7.9%

Population

At-risk-of-poverty-rate, gender, per cent, 2012
LandWomenMen
Iceland 7.5%8.4%

Health

Academic degree in 15-74 age group, gender, per cent, 2011/2012
LandWomenMen
Iceland 66.8%33.2%

At-risk-of-poverty-rate, gender, per cent, 2012
LandWomenMen
Iceland 7.5%8.4%

Cause of death: accidents, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 1625

Cause of death: cancer, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 160192

Cause of death: cardiovascular disease, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 221236

Cause of death: suicide, per 100 000 individuals, gender, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 418

Maternity and parental allowance in connection with pregnancy, child delivery and adoption, number of days (in thousands) with maternity and parental allowance, per cent of days recorded for men, 2012
LandMen
Iceland 28.4% *

Maternity and parental allowance in connection with pregnancy, child delivery and adoption, number of days (in thousands) with maternity and parental allowance, total number of days, 2012
Land
Iceland 1067 *

Percentage of population aged 18–24 with at most a lower secondary education and not in further education or training, 2013
LandWomenMen
Iceland 16.4%24.4%

Percentage of women and men as rectors at higher education institutions in the Nordic region in 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 20%80%

Percentage of women and men on the research council boards in the Nordic region in 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 40%60%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade A (The single highest grade/post at which research is normally conducted), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 24%76%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade B (Researchers working in positions not as senior as top position (A) but more senior than newly qualified PhD holders), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 36%64%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade C (The first grade/post into which a newly qualified PhD graduate would normally be recruited), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 49%51%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Engineering, manufacturing and construction, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 4.6%17.0%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Health and welfare, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 18.5%4.8%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Humanities and arts, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 15.0%14.4%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Science, mathematics and computing, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 5.2%14.9%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Social sciences, business and law, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 34.6%38.5%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Teacher training, education and science, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 18.8%7.9%

Culture and media

Politics

Education and research

Academic degree in 15-74 age group, gender, per cent, 2011/2012
LandWomenMen
Iceland 66.8%33.2%

Percentage of population aged 18–24 with at most a lower secondary education and not in further education or training, 2013
LandWomenMen
Iceland 16.4%24.4%

Percentage of women and men as rectors at higher education institutions in the Nordic region in 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 20%80%

Percentage of women and men on the research council boards in the Nordic region in 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 40%60%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade A (The single highest grade/post at which research is normally conducted), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 24%76%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade B (Researchers working in positions not as senior as top position (A) but more senior than newly qualified PhD holders), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 36%64%

Proportion of female/male academic staff, grade C (The first grade/post into which a newly qualified PhD graduate would normally be recruited), per cent, 2010
LandWomenMen
Iceland 49%51%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Engineering, manufacturing and construction, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 4.6%17.0%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Health and welfare, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 18.5%4.8%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Humanities and arts, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 15.0%14.4%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Science, mathematics and computing, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 5.2%14.9%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Social sciences, business and law, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 34.6%38.5%

Tertiary level students by field of education and gender: Teacher training, education and science, per cent, 2011
LandWomenMen
Iceland 18.8%7.9%

Violence

Social welfare

Maternity and parental allowance in connection with pregnancy, child delivery and adoption, number of days (in thousands) with maternity and parental allowance, per cent of days recorded for men, 2012
LandMen
Iceland 28.4% *

Maternity and parental allowance in connection with pregnancy, child delivery and adoption, number of days (in thousands) with maternity and parental allowance, total number of days, 2012
Land
Iceland 1067 *

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