Publications

2017

  1. Report of the Pilot Studies Analysis Workshop, Geneva, 15 to 18 November 2016

    16 January 2017

    The Labour Force Survey (LFS) Pilot Studies Analysis Workshop took place from 15 to 18 November 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland. It was organized by the ILO Department of Statistics. It hosted participants from the 10 countries participating in the pilot study. Representatives from FAO, UN Foundation and World Bank also attended the Workshop.

2016

  1. Key Indicators of the Labour Market 2015 (KILM): Full report

    13 July 2016

    The KILM is a multifunctional research tool designed to make labour market information and analysis easily accessible.

2015

  1. Education and labour markets: Analysing global patterns with the KILM

    16 November 2015

    The ninth edition of the KILM includes four indicators that directly examine the link between education and the labour market, presenting time series for a large number of countries at all stages of development.

  2. Key Indicators of the Labour Market 2015 (KILM): Preface

    16 November 2015

    The KILM is a multifunctional research tool designed to make labour market information and analysis easily accessible.

  3. Key Indicators of the Labour Market 2015 (KILM): Acknowledgement

    16 November 2015

    The KILM is a multifunctional research tool designed to make labour market information and analysis easily accessible.

  4. Key Indicators of the Labour Market 2015 (KILM): Executive Summary

    16 November 2015

    The KILM is a multifunctional research tool designed to make labour market information and analysis easily accessible.

  5. 17. Poverty, income distribution, employment by economic class and working poverty

    16 November 2015

    Tables 17a and 17b present two of the indicators that were used for monitoring progress toward the first UN Millennium Development Goal (MDG), “eradicating extreme poverty and hunger”, while the MDGs were in force.

  6. 16. Labour productivity

    16 November 2015

    This chapter presents information on labour productivity for the aggregate economy with labour productivity defined as output per unit of labour input (persons engaged or hours worked). Labour productivity measures the efficiency of a country with which inputs are used in an economy to produce goods and services and it offers a measure of economic growth, competitiveness, and living standards within a country.

  7. 15. Wages and compensation costs

    16 November 2015

    This chapter presents two distinct and complementary indicators. The first, table 15a, shows trends in average monthly wages in the total economy for 126 countries, while the second, table 15b, presents the trends and structure of employers’ average compensation costs for the employment of workers in the manufacturing sector, available for 33 countries.

  8. 14. Educational attainment and illiteracy

    16 November 2015

    KILM 14 reflects the levels and distribution of the knowledge and skills base of the labour force and the unemployed. Tables 14a and 14b show the distribution of the educational attainment of the labour force and the unemployed for 137 and 141 countries, respectively, according to five levels of schooling – less than one year, pre-primary level, primary level, secondary level, and tertiary level.