Martiniqueâ€™s Informal Sector
AbstractIn 2008, Martiniqueâ€™s informal sector accounted for 12,400 individuals, 9.9% of the Martiniqueâ€™s total employment. Youth, retirees, men, women, the unemployed, inactives, those already employed in the formal sector, and many more make up the diverse informal sector population. Informal sector participation rates, however, have been declining in recent years; in 2002, the informal sector represented 13.2% of Martiniqueâ€™s total employment (a decline of 3.3%).
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