According to the World Resources Institute, in 2004 agricultural workers accounted for 1.8% of all workers in the United States, which makes the United States rank two-hundredth out of two-hundred twenty eight ranked countries. Bhutan ranks first, at 93.6%.
According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, mutton and goat meat consumption in the United States amounted to 0.48 kilograms per capita in 2005, which makes the United States rank one hundred and thirty-sixth out of one hundred and seventy four ranked countries. Mongolia ranks first, with per capita consumption at 39.51 kilograms.
According to the CIA World Factbook, the United States has a birth rate of 13.83 births per 1,000 people, which makes it rank one hundred and fifty fourth in that category out of 223 countries ranked in 2009. Niger ranks first with 51.60 births per 1,000 people.
Entry prepared by Emily VanSickle.
According tot he CIA World Factbook, the United States had an estimated industrial production growth rate of -5.5% in 2009, which makes the United States rank one hundred and fourteenth out of one hundred and sixty eight countries in that category. The Gambia ranked first, with an estimated industrial production growth rate of 14.9%