Access data tables for key indicators, statistical briefs, concepts and methods, and more for a selection of topics:Employment employment, informality, and work
Unemployment unemployment, NEET and supplementary measures of labour underutilization
Working time average weekly hours and part-time employment
Wages minimum wages, average earnings, gender gap and low pay
Social dialogue collective bargaining, trade union membership and industrial disputes
Safety and health injuries, fatalities and labour inspection
Statistics and the SDGs
Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development and its accompanying monitoring framework has major implications for national statistical systems worldwide as they face the complex task of producing reliable, consistent and comparable statistics for an increasing number of goals and targets. The MDGs had 8 Goals, 21 targets and 60 indicators whereas the SDGs have 17 Goals, 169 targets and 232 indicators.
As a custodian agency, the ILO reports to the UN data for 14 SDG indicators, grouped under 5 of the 17 Goals. Moreover, the ILO’s role in strengthening countries’ capacity for producing high-quality labour statistics has become even more crucial.