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  1. In which countries is it hardest for young people to find work in 2016?

    24 August 2016

  2. In which countries do young workers live under the poverty threshold in 2016?

    24 August 2016

  3. Labour market policies trends in Latin America

    21 June 2016

    Click on the different buttons to explore the main labour market policies trends arising from the ILO Compendium of labour market policies in Latin America.

  4. How effective are active labour market policies in Latin America and the Caribbean?

    21 June 2016

    Explore the findings of impact evaluations for policies in 11 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.

  5. Who is most affected by working poverty?

    18 May 2016

    The demographics of poverty in developed and developing economies.

  6. How much would it cost to eliminate poverty?

    18 May 2016

    The cost of reducing poverty country by country.

  7. Where is working poverty hitting the hardest?

    18 May 2016

    World map of working poverty.

  8. Map: Explore the gender labour gap around the world

    08 March 2016

    Despite significant progress over the past century, women are still a long way from achieving gender equality in the workplace. In many parts of the world, women are still trapped in low-skilled work and work longer unpaid hours. Explore the chart to learn how working women are faring around the world.

  9. In which countries will unemployment rates rise next year?

    20 January 2016

    The economic weakening has caused a further increase in global unemployment in 2015. Discover your country's unemployment projections by entering its name below.

  10. Comparing participation rates across the world

    19 January 2016

    Globally, there are over 2 billion working-age people who are not participating in the labour market. Some 26 million joined these ranks in 2015. Only developing economies are expected to experience stable labour force participation rates, whereas developed and emerging economies are likely to experience further declines in activity rates.