Tag Archives: Labour statistics

World Employment and Social Outlook 2016: Trends for Youth

The ILO has just published the report “World Employment and Social Outlook 2016: Trends for Youth“. The report provides updated figures on global and regional youth unemployment. It also looks at working poverty rates, decent work opportunities in both developed and developing economies as well as gender inequalities and migration trends among young people. This …
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ILO Launches New Statistics Database

The International Labour Organization (ILO) has launched a new statistics database containing timely information on labor markets and consumer prices. The initiative is aimed at providing vital information needed by policy makers faced with a global economic and social crisis. The new database contains selected indicators for some 70 countries and territories that gather infra-annual …
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European Union Labour Force Survey 2008

The Eurostat publication presents annual averages of the main results of the EU Labour Force Survey for the EU-27 and for all Member States. Indicators presented in this publication are: employment rates, part-time employment as share of total employment, number of employed people broken down by economic activity and by occupation of the main job, …
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Measuring entrepreneurship: a digest of indicators

The OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme, with the financial support of Kauffmann Foundation, presents the result of their latest research in this report.    The EIP establishes multiple measures of internationally comparable data on entrepreneurial activity in 18 OECD countries, based on information produced by national statistical offices according to internationally agreed definitions. Policy-makers and citizens …
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