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  1. Where is the unemployment rate the highest in 2014?

    27 May 2014

  2. Where do fathers get more leave?

    13 May 2014

  3. Where do mothers get more leave?

    13 May 2014

  4. Where has labour productivity increased?

    21 January 2014

  5. Risk that a worker becomes unemployed within a year

    11 December 2013

  6. Chances of a job seeker finding a job within a year

    11 December 2013

  7. Employment by economic class, globally and in regions

    09 December 2013

  8. Youth labour underutilization in developing economies

    08 May 2013

    Up to two-thirds of young people in some developing countries can’t go to school and can’t find a stable job. The lesser educated end up either unemployed; or working in irregular, poor-quality, low wage jobs, frequently in the informal economy. We call this underutilization of the youth labour market.

  9. The dichotomy of youth labour markets in developed and developing economies

    08 May 2013

    Labour market experiences and the quality of jobs for young people differ significantly between developed and developing countries.

  10. International comparison of youth school to work transition

    08 May 2013

    More specifically, labour market transition is defined as the passage of a young person (aged 15-29) from the end of schooling (or entry to first economic activity) to the first stable or satisfactory job. The distribution of youth across stages of labour market transition varies from country to country.