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OECD iLibrary Themes - Employment
The OECD's work on employment provides guidance to strengthen the labour market by examining how public policies can support job creation. From employment and training to economic and social policy and employment protection legislation, its data, papers and publications contribute to better job outcomes especially for vulnerable groups suffering from the COVID-19 crisis. It includes the OECD Employment Outlook, The Missing Entrepreneurs, Ageing and Employment Policies / Working Better with Age as well as the OECD Employment and Labour Market Statistics database. This OECD iLibrary theme subscription includes online access to all OECD books and databases related to employment from 1998 onwards.

The OECD produces around 80 new books and papers each year.
  • 760 + ebooks
  • 4,320 + chapters
  • 290 + papers
  • 11,030 + tables/graphs
2023 Online Only
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Did you know?
- Youth has been hit hardest by the recession. In the first quarter of 2011, the OECD unemployment rate for young people with 17.4% compared to 7% for adults.
Source: Off to a Good Start? Jobs for Youth

- In 2011, the gap between rich and poor in OECD countries has reached its highest level. The average income of the richest 10% is now nine times that of the poorest 10%.
Source: Divided We Stand: Why Inequality Keeps Rising

- In OECD, nearly 50% of workers are in the wrong job, 20% are underqualified, while 25% have too mant qualifications.
Source: Flexible Policy for More and Better Jobs

- In 2010, 12.5% of youth in OECD were neither in education not employment, represneting 16.7 million 15-24 year olds.
Source: OECD Employment Outlook 2011