Publications

Just released

  1. Report

    Global Employment Trends for Youth 2022: Investing in transforming futures for young people

    11 August 2022

    Incorporating the most recent labour market information available, Global Employment Trends for Youth sets out the youth labour market situation around the world. It shows where progress has or has not been made, updates world and regional youth labour market indicators, and gives detailed analyses of trends and issues facing young people in the labour market.

  2. Report

    The gender pay gap in the health and care sector: A global analysis in the time of COVID-19

    13 July 2022

Editor's choice

  1. The new world of work: Challenges and opportunities for social partners and labour institutions

    31 December 2021

    This book examines social dialogue and the role of social partners in the governance of the world of work in 34 European countries.

Flagship reports

  1. Social Dialogue Report 2022

    Collective bargaining for an inclusive, sustainable and resilient recovery

    5 May 2022

    This first edition of this new ILO flagship report focuses on collective bargaining.

  2. World Social Protection Report 2020-22

    Social protection at the crossroads – in pursuit of a better future

    1 September 2021

    A global overview of recent developments in social protection systems and of how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted them.

  3. World Employment and Social Outlook 2021

    The role of digital labour platforms in transforming the world of work

    23 February 2021

    How did the contemporary platform economy transform the way work is organized? This flagship report analyses the impact of digital labour platforms on enterprises, workers and society as a whole.

  4. Global Wage Report 2020-21

    Wages and minimum wages in the time of COVID-19

    2 December 2020

    A unique picture of the evolution of real wages globally and by regions. The 2020-21 edition analyses the relationship of minimum wages and inequality, as well as the wage impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.