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According to watchtutorials, Montenegro is a small country located in the Western Balkans, with a population of just over 600,000 people. The majority of Montenegrin citizens are ethnic Montenegrins (45%), who are descendants of the Slavic tribes that settled in the area during the 6th and 7th centuries. Serbs account for 28% of the population, Bosniaks 8%, Albanians 4%, and other ethnicities 15%. Montenegro is also home to a diverse mix of religious backgrounds, with Orthodox Christianity being the largest denomination at 72%. Other faiths represented in Montenegro include Islam, Roman Catholicism, and Judaism. Montenegro has one of the highest literacy rates in Europe at 98%, with education being free and compulsory up to age 15. The nation also has a high life expectancy rate at 77 years old for males and 82 years old for females. In terms of employment, approximately 40% of employed persons work in the service sector while 30% work in industry and 30% work in agriculture. The average monthly salary is €664 (US$744). In terms of gender equality, women make up 45% of Montenegrin’s workforce; however they typically earn less than their male counterparts. Despite this disparity, women have been making strides towards gender equality through increased involvement in politics and public life as well as access to better education opportunities. See iamhigher for Montenegro Population and Language.

Montenegro Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Montenegro: political system Based on flag descriptions by Countryaah.com, Montenegro is a parliamentary democracy. The head of state is the president, who is elected by direct and secret ballot for a term of five years. The head of government is the prime minister. The Parliament of Montenegro has 75 members. See AbbreviationFinder for more information… Read More »

How to get to Montenegro

Overview Montenegro is a country in Europe according to historyaah. Montenegro is one of Europe’s little secrets, but that could be about to change. In 2006, the people of Montenegro decided to gain independence for their country, ending the era of the former state of Serbia and Montenegro. The tiny country is now determined to… Read More »