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According to watchtutorials, Trinidad and Tobago is a small nation consisting of two islands in the Caribbean Sea. It has a population of 1,328,019 people, according to the World Bank. The population is primarily of African and Indian descent, with some mixed race individuals. The official language is English and most people speak it fluently. The majority religion is Christianity, with Roman Catholicism as the largest denomination. Hinduism and Islam are also practiced in Trinidad and Tobago. The population of Trinidad and Tobago is fairly young, with nearly half of the population under 25 years old. The life expectancy for males is 72 years and for females 76 years, which is higher than the global average. Education levels are high in Trinidad and Tobago; nearly one third of adults have completed at least secondary school education. Unemployment has been on a downward trend since 2000 but still remains relatively high at 8%, mainly due to low labor force participation rates among women (40% compared to 80% among men). Despite this high unemployment rate, poverty levels remain low due to government welfare programs providing support for those who cannot find work or are unable to work due to illness or disability. See itypetravel for Trinidad and Tobago Population and Language.

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Overview The home of carnival, calypso, limbo and angostura bitters – Trinidad and Tobago – brings many sensual pleasures to the world. Equally at home with Hindus and Latin Americans as well as Muslims and Christians, the ethnically diverse country offers visitors a cosmopolitan atmosphere, amazing festivals and beautiful scenery. The laid-back, amiable Trinidadians are… Read More »