I am having difficulty finding information about skilled and unskilled workers in the country of Honduras.
You won’t find an answer that phrases the information exactly that way. However, the CIA World Factbook provides a couple of statistics you can use to provide the answer. You can find it listed at http://library.uhd.edu/internationalbusiness, under the Country Resources tab, left box).
Once you get into it, look up Honduras in the drop-down country box. The most helpful statistic will be under the “Economy” section. See “Labor Force – by Occupation.” You can assume that the agricultural portion of the labor force is unskilled, and that the industry and service portions are skilled. The size of the labor force is also listed, so you could come up with numbers by using these two statistics. If you wanted to see how that compares to other countries, you could pick out a few, and look at the same statistics for them.