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Skills Mismatch in Europe

ILO has just published the report “Skills Mismatch in Europe: Statistics brief.” The study analyzes the incidence of overeducation and undereducation (skills mismatch) in a sample of European economies. According to the report between 25 and 45 per cent of workers in Europe are either over – or under-qualified for their job, leading to a …
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Equality at Work

The International Labour Office (ILO) has just launched the Global Report on Equality at Work 2011, entitled “Equality at Work: The continuing challenge”. The study warns that, in spite of continuous positive advances in anti-discrimination legislation, the global economic and social crisis has led to a higher risk of discrimination against certain groups such as …
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