Resources on Employment trends and labour market information

  1. Guide to the new Millennium Development Goals Employment indicators : including the full decent work indicator set

    10 July 2009

  2. Global Employment Trends, Update May 2009

    28 May 2009

    An update of the annual ILO Global Employment Trends series, available since 2003

  3. Labour market information and analysis for skills development

    30 March 2009

    Employment Working Paper No. 27

  4. Global Employment Trends for Women, March 2009

    05 March 2009

    ILO's fourth edition of the Global Employment Trends for Women

  5. Global Employment Trends for Youth, October 2008

    01 October 2008

    ILO's third edition of the Global Employment Trends for Youth

  6. The Report of the Commission on Growth and Development

    04 September 2008

    Comments by José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, Executive Director, Employment Sector, ILO

  7. Assessing vulnerable employment : the role of status and sector indicators in Pakistan, Namibia and Brazil

    15 February 2008

    Employment Working Paper No. 13

  8. Key indicators of the labour market (Fifth edition) with interactive CD-ROM (Trilingual English/French/Spanish)

    04 February 2008

    KILM provides a valuable, wide-ranging reference tool to meet the ever-increasing demand for timely, accurate and accessible information on the rapidly changing world of work. It includes all the basic statistics used to calculate 20 key labour market indicators allowing researchers to compare and contrast between economies and within regions across time. The fifth edition of the KILM also includes interactive software which makes searching for relevant information quick and simple.

  9. KILM 5th Edition, Chapter 1a, Decent Employment and the Millennium Development Goals: Description and analysis of a new target

    01 December 2007

    Chapter 1a discusses the new target for MDG 1, which emphasizes the importance of full, decent and productive employment as the key element for poverty reduction.

  10. African Employment Trends, April 2007

    24 April 2007