Tag : jobs crisis

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6 Steps to a job-friendly recovery

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[Subtítulos en español - Sous-titres français - Closed Captions available] Globally, investment as a share of GDP is close to 1 percentage point below the pre-crisis level. Yet emerging economies accounted for 47 per...

Global Employment Trends 2014: Mismatch, discouragement and active labour market policies

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The grim labour market is forcing many workers to take on jobs far below their skill levels. ILO's economist Ekkehard Ernst, co-author of the 2014 edition of the Global Employment Trends report, discusses measures th...

Global Employment Trends 2014: What’s the global picture of the job market?

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Over 200 million people are unemployed in the world, and many have dropped out the labour market, too discouraged to even look for a job. Harshly hit are young people, whose unemployment rate is three times the adult...

Global Employment Trends 2014: Which policies can help boost employment and productivity?

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Despite a lukewarm economic recovery, the global labour market remains weak, with growing numbers of unemployed and discouraged workers. ILO's economist Steve Kapsos, co-author of the 2014 edition of the Global Emplo...

Youth are not alright – Los jóvenes no están bien – Ça ne va pas chez les jeunes

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Video highlights on youth employment issues: unemployment, migration and working poor. According to the ILO, there are 75 million unemployed young people that live in the world and many are forced to leave their cou...

Austerity a threat to prosperity?

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Unemployment in Europe has reached historic levels and there is growing concern that the jobs crisis is so deep that it will have a profound impact on the region's ability to recover.

Making the move from school to work in Malawi and Zambia

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CC -- Sous-titres français - subtitulado en español The global jobs crisis is taking a heavy toll on young people in the advanced economies of Europe where 1 in five are out of work, but in the developing world the si...