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Global Employment Trends 2013: Recovering from a second jobs dip

— sector: Research, education, administration
— theme: Employment and socio-economic policies, Environment and climate, Labor based investment programs, Skills and employability, Social protection, Sustainable Enterprise/Value chain development
— country: Global
— type: Reports

Global Employment Trends 2013 highlights how the crisis is increasingly raising trend unemployment rates, partly driven by sectoral shifts of jobs that had been triggered by the crisis. The report argues that in countries with high and rising unemployment, job guarantee programmes for targeted labour market groups should be the preferred policy measure. Moreover, rising labour market discouragement and structural unemployment should be tackled with new skills and training initiatives to help jobseekers find employment in alternative industries and to promote their employability more broadly.

Global Employment Trends 2013: Recovering from a second jobs dip

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