Key indicators of the labour market, Volume 1
This wide ranging reference meets the demand for timely, accurate, & accessible information on the rapidly changing world of work. KILM offers data on a broad range of countries for the years 1980 & 1990, & all available subsequent years. The volume employs an expanded, up-to-date range of 18 key labor market indicators allowing researchers to compare & contrast between countries & within regions across time. Using statistical data on the labor force, employment, underemployment, unemployment, educational attainment of the work force, wages & compensation, productivity & labor cost, & poverty & income distribution as market indicators, it enables users to access the most current information available. KILM also provides overviews of topics such as employment-to-population ratios, hours of work, youth unemployment, wages in manufacturing, & labor productivity & cost. Special focus is placed on gender issues at work.
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