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OECD Employment Outlook 2022

Building Back More Inclusive Labour Markets

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Two years into the pandemic, economic activity has recovered faster than expected. However, the labour market recovery is still uneven across sectors and is threatened by the economic fallout from Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, which has generated the fastest growing humanitarian crisis in Europe since World War II, sending shockwaves throughout the world economy. The 2022 edition of the OECD Employment Outlook reviews the key labour market and social challenges for a more inclusive post-COVID‑19 recovery. It also examines the policies to address these challenges and the outlook ahead. Particular attention is given to frontline workers and groups lagging behind in this recovery (young people, workers with less education, and racial/ethnic minorities). The Outlook also addresses a number of long-standing structural issues that have a key relevance for labour market inclusiveness, such as employer market power and its labour market consequences, the role of firms in wage inequality, and the effect of working time policies on well-being and economic outcomes.

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On average across OECD countries, the employment gap between the native born and the foreign born has narrowed since the start of the COVID‑19 crisis

Changes in the native‑born vs foreign-born gap in labour market outcomes between Q1 2019 and Q1 2022. All outcomes measured as proportion of total population (age 15‑74). Countries ranked by changes in the proportion of foreign-born in employment

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