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Índice de Dinamismo Laboral (IDL)

The Labor Dynamism Indicator (IDL, for its Spanish acronym), developed jointly by Meta4 and IRCO/IESE, has conducted a thorough analysis of the 2010-2014 period, using a sample of more than 150,000 employees of 796 companies operating in Spain across 21 different sectors. This new indicator, which measures the movement of workers between already existing jobs …
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Decoding Global Talent

The Boston Consulting Group jointly with The Network, has just conducted a research on today’s global workforce. This publication is based on more than 200,000 replies to an online survey containing 33 questions, of which 13 addressed demographic factors like age, work experience, gender, education, industry, salary, and occupation—questions that can be filtered and combined …
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Spain: Growth with Jobs

The new ILO report, “Spain: Growth with jobs”, investigates the specific challenges facing Spain in the aftermath of the crisis. According to the study, the Spanish economy has started to recover from the crisis, driven mainly by strong export growth. However, the economic, employment and social repercussions from the crisis remain significant. A range of …
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Employment Outlook 2014

The OECD has just published the “Employment Outlook 2014.” According to the study jobs recovery will remain well above its pre-crisis levels next year in most OECD countries, despite modest declines over the rest of 2014 and in 2015. The Outlook says that jobless rates will decrease slightly over the next 18 months in the …
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World of Work Report 2014

The ILO has just published the report “World of Work 2014: Developing with Jobs.” The study shows that quality jobs can drive sustained growth in emerging and developing countries. The figures show that countries that invested the most in quality jobs from the early 2000s grew nearly one percentage point faster every year since 2007 …
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Gender Equality at Work

The World Bank has just published “Gender at Work.” The report highlights the need for coordinated actions to advance equal opportunities for women in the world of work. According to the study, women are more economically excluded that men, and trends suggest that in the last 20 years women’s labor participation has dismissed, dropping from …
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Structural Reforms can Smooth Return to Growth

The OECD has just published its latest Going for Growth report. According to the study, the adoption of ambitious structural reform agendas will provide governments with the possibility of returning to “strong, sustainable and balanced economic growth that creates jobs and reduces inequality”. The report compares progress that different countries have made on economic policy …
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Who is Europe’s “lost generation”?

Deutsche Bank Research has just published the report “Who is Europe’s “lost generation”?: An anatomy of (un)employment demographics in Europe”. According to the study the employment crisis remains one of the main political and economic challenges in Europe. Even under optimistic growth scenarios it will take many years to achieve a substantial reduction in the …
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Jobs and Growth

The IMF has just published the book titled “Jobs and Growth: Supporting the European Recovery”. The study looks at key aspects needed to lead Europe out of its crisis seizing its growth potential and creating new jobs. IMF staff identifies key challenges to boosting growth and employment over the medium-term and describes a roadmap for …
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ILO’s Key Indicators of the Labour Market

Job seekers are finding it increasingly difficult to secure a new job within six months or less, according to the new edition of the ILO‘s “Key Indicators of the Labour Market.” (KLIM) Unemployment spells for workers are becoming longer in some countries compared to the pre-crisis situation in 2008. For example, in Spain, the United …
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