Being in the NEET category for a considerable period of time may put young people in a very difficult situation in the labour market. Employment indexes are calculated using employment levels underlying the unemployment rates and therefore are also from household surveys.
Growth has been more pronounced for older women Inmore than one in three younger workers and one in four prime-age and older workers work part time not by choice but because they could not find full-time employment, and the share of involuntary part time work has increased over the past decade.
Quarterly job vacancy statistics are used for business cycle analysis and for assessing mismatches in labour markets. Effective social dialogue is necessary for inclusive and sustainable growth. Yet, productivity gains remain weak compared to productivity performances in some regions at a similar stage of economic development.
Core challenges for sub-Saharan Africa include the following: Pension coverage varies across the region, reaching 30—40 per cent of the workforce in countries such as Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia, but reaching a very small proportion of the population in countries such as Sudan.
This amounts to a decrease of more than 12 million people by and more than 24 million by in this age group.
Despite their importance to labour supply, the demographic structure of the economically active population and its skills composition are hard to influence in the short term.
The share of young people neither in employment nor in education and training has been decreasing since Figure 9: Overall, total employment across all EU economic sectors rose slightly between and see Figure Matching educational outcomes and labour market needs is a key component of the Europe strategy.
Between and the number of older people aged 65 and above increased by While data are not sufficient to comprehensively evaluate the status of social dialogue and collective bargaining in the region, trade union density in general is low generally below 5 per cent; highest in South Africa at The EU is confronted with a growing but ageing population, driven by fertility rates and a continuous rise in life expectancy.
Northern Africa has the highest regional youth unemployment rate in the world, at close to 30 per cent inwith little sign that it will decline in the near future.
The ILO harmonized unemployment rate refers to those who are currently not working but are willing and able to work for pay, currently available to work, and have actively searched for work. For some countries, no adjustment is made for the treatment of unpaid family workers, persons waiting to start a new job, and passive job seekers for example, persons only reading newspaper ads as their method of job search.
This might partially explain why the gender employment gap is smaller for 20 to 24 years old, at 5. This equals to Decent employment for all is crucial for ensuring adequate living standards. Moreover, underemployed part-time workers could also add to the labour force: This dropped considerably infollowing the contractions in GDP and employment in the same year.
In northern and western European countries employment rates tend to be higher in rural areas, whereas in most Baltic, central or eastern Member States cities exhibit higher employment rates. Nevertheless, there is still a 2. They continue to comprise a significant part of the working population, but the first of this large group are now reaching retirement age.
The share of informality varies across the region:This is a list of countries by employment rate, this being the proportion of employed adults in the working age. The definition of "working age" varies: Many sources, including the OECD, use 15–64 years old,  but the Office for National Statistics of the United Kingdom uses 16–64 years old  and EUROSTAT uses 20–64 years old.
If you want to contribute to UNHCR’s important work protecting refugees and other displaced people, and you meet the requirements, there are many available employment opportunities in Northern Europe and around the globe. Paul Gillen, Head of Employment Law (Northern Ireland) for Pinsent Masons LLP, has provided the information relevant to employment Northern Ireland ranks 42nd out of countries.
More significantly, Comparative analysis of employment law in Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
In the context of slowing emerging markets and commodity price turmoil, both Northern Africa and sub-Saharan Africa face risks of slowing progress in terms of jobs quality and productive opportunities. ADDIS ABABA (ILO News) – With high levels of unemployment and vulnerable employment on the rise.
Employment indexes are calculated using employment levels underlying the unemployment rates and therefore are also from household surveys. Household surveys provide greater comparability of labor market trends across countries than establishment surveys, although both types of surveys are used to measure employment.
International Unemployment Rates and Employment Indexes, Seasonally Adjusted, member countries that adopted the euro as a common currency. See. Technical notes.
r = revised. International unemployment rates and employment indexes, seasonally adjusted, Author: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.Download