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The Republic of Tunisia's population was 11.9 million people indicating a gradual increase in population. Based on the World Bank report, Tunisia’s GDP was $39.24 billion in 2020, and its GDP represents approximately 0.03% of the global economy; a 3.6% GDP growth rate is projected in 2022 in Tunisia. Prudent fiscal and economic planning have led to the mild but sustainable growth of the past decade in the country. Tunisia has various strengths such as proximity to Europe, diverse sectors such as textile, aeronautics, and chemicals, the availability of qualified labor and extreme fishery and agricultural potential, and sizable gas, oil, as well as phosphate deposits.
1 January- New Year's Day
20 March- Independence Day of Tunisia
9 April- Martyrs' Day in Tunisia
1 May- Labour Day
2–5 May- Eid al-Fitr
9–11 July- Eid al-Adha
25 July- Republic Day
29–30 July- Islamic New Year
13 August- Women's Day
7–8 October- Prophet's Birthday
15 October- Evacuation Day
17 December- Revolution and Youth Day
The minimum wage in Tunisia is DT 290 for 40 working hours per week and DT 340 monthly for a 48-hour working schedule per week for industrial field workers. Agricultural employees’ minimum wage is DT 9 -14 and is supplemented with family allowances and transportation.
Payroll in Tunisia is done on a monthly basis.