According to the World Health Organization’s 2010 World Health Statistics, between 2000 and 2009, the United States had a net enrollment rate for girls in primary school of 92%, which makes the United States tied for seventy-second with several other countries, including the Bahamas, Brazil, Egypt, Latvia, Nicaragua, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Slovakia, Syria, and Turkey. Several countries tied for first, at 100% enrollment. Among these are Canada, Greece, Seychelles, Spain, and Sri Lanka.
One country, Afghanistan, reported 0% of girls attending primary school.
According to the World Resources Institute, in 2005, 22% of the GDP in the United States came from industry, which makes the United States tied for one hundred and eighteenth with Albania, Latvia, and Lebanon in that category. Equatorial Guinea ranked first, with 89% of its GDP coming from industry.