Key Indicators of the Labour Market

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International Labour Office
Psychology Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 900 pages
Key Indicators of the Labour Market (KILM) offers data for over 200 countries for the years 1980 and 1990, 1995 and the latest available subsequent five years. The KILM Interactive Software duplicates the printed publication but includes information for all years after 1980, as well as the basic statistics used to calculate the indicators presented in the book...The software includes a mapping function for those who wish to visualize data geographically according to selected data characteristics. (back cover)
 

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Contents

1 Key issues in the labour market
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List of figures
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List of tables
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A2 Estimates of growth in labour productivity GDP per person employed and per hour worked and
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Bl Fertility rates and labour force participation rates of women aged 2534 years developed industrialized
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B7 Fertility rates and labour force participation rates of women aged 2534 years Latin America and the Caribbean
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Bl Total fertility rates and female labour force participation rates in economies with intermediate levels of fertility
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C3 Employmenttopopulation ratios disaggregated by age and sex EU accession economies 2000
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13a Inactivity rates for the population aged 25 to 54 years latest years
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Inactivity rate of the age group 25 to 54 years
415
Educational attainment and illiteracy
439
14a Distribution of male and female labour force by level of educational attainment 2001
442
14a Labour force aged 15 years and over by level of educational attainment
445
14b Labour force aged 25 to 29 years with completed tertiary education
459
14c Illiteracy rate of persons aged 15 years and over
468
Wage and labour cost indicators
489

Labour force participation rate
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la Labour force participation rates of persons aged 15 years and over latest years
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Labour force participation rate
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Employment indicators
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2a Employmenttopopulation ratios latest years
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Employmenttopopulation ratio
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3a Distribution of workforce by status in employment selected economies 2001
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Status in employment
120
4a Employment distribution by sector latest years
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4a Employment by sector
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4b Employment by 1digit sector level ISICRev 3 1990
169
5a Parttime employment rates selected economies actual hours all jobs covered 19902001
224
Parttime workers
227
6a Percentage of males and females working more than 40 hours per week by regional grouping latest years
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6a Number of persons working less than 20 hours or more than 40 hours a week as a percentage of total
241
6b Annua hours worked per person
251
7a Employment in the informal sector harmonized definition as a percentage of total employment latest years
266
Employment in the informal economy
268
Unemployment underemployment and inactivity indicators
283
8a Total unemployment rates latest years
289
8a Unemployment
291
8b ILOcomparable unemployment rates
318
9a Youth and adult unemployment rates 2001
334
9c Youth unemployment rate informal economy employment and the ratio of youthtoadult unemployment rates
336
Youth unemployment
337
10a Economies with incidence of longterm unemployment below 10 per cent or over 50 per cent latest years
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Longterm unemployment unemployed a year or longer
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la Ratio of unemployed to labour force by level of educational attainment selected economies 2001
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Employment by level of educational attainment
377
12a Percentage point change in incidence of timerelated underemployment males and females earliest to latest
400
Timerelated underemployment
402
15a Percentage change in real wages selected economies 19902001
499
Manufacturing wage indices
502
16a Change in real wages selected economies 19952001
533
16a Occupational wage rate indices
536
16b Occupational earning indices
564
17a Relative hourly compensation costs US100 2001
592
17a Hourly compensation costs of production workers in manufacturing
595
17b Annual percentage change in hourly compensation costs in US dollars for production workers in manufacturing
601
Labour productivity and unit labour costs
605
18a Labour productivity growth rates 19802001
612
18a Labour productivity and unit labour costs total economy
618
18b Labour productivity and unit labour costs manufacturing
638
18c Labour productivity transportation and communication
648
18d Labour productivity trade
654
18e Labour productivity agriculture forestry and fisheries
660
Labour market flows
705
Matrix of transitions from initial status at time t1 to final status at time t
706
Labour market flows
711
Poverty and income distribution
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20a Percentage point change in proportion of population living below the national poverty line earliest to latest
727
Poverty and income distribution
729
A Background indicators
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Appendix tables
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A2 Population and education background indicators
774
A3 Social security programmes by type background indicators
805
B International Classification by Status in Employment ICSE
840
International Standard Classification of Education ISCED
846
El Availability of KII M data worldwide and by regional and subregional grouping
850
F Glossary of organizations
856
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