OECD Employment Outlook

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1999-1266 (online)
1013-0241 (print)
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OECD’s annual report on jobs and employment in OECD countries. Each edition reviews recent trends, policy developments, and prospects. A statistical annex provides data on unemployment rates, incidence of part-time employment, employment/population ratios, and activity rates. Also included are data on expenditure on labour market programmes, average annual wages, and earnings dispersion. Special Chapters examine issues of topical interest.

Also available in: French, German
OECD Employment Outlook 2001

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03 July 2001
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9789264193123 (PDF) ; 9789264186897 (print)

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This 2001 edition of the OECD Employment Outlook provides an aessessment of labor market developments and policies in the OECD area as well as in-depth analyses of a number of crucial policy issues including spending on labour market policies, poverty dynamics, the characteristics and quality of service sector jobs, the work-family balance, and foreign workers. A statistical annex is provided.
Also available in: French
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Table of Contents

Editorial: Reconciling Social and Employment Goals
Chapter 1. Recent Labour Market Developments and Prospects
Chapter 2. When Money is Tight: Poverty Dynamics in OECD Countries
Chapter 3. The Characteristics and Quality of Service Sector Jobs
Chapter 4. Balancing Work and Family Life: Helping Parents into Paid Employment
Chapter 5. The Employment of Foreigners: Outlook and Issues in OECD Countries
Statistical Annex