The slowing decline in working poverty rates puts in danger prospects for eradicating poverty by 2030.
An overview of our latest report:

Global Employment Trends for 2017
Tổ chức Lao động Quốc tế - International Labour Organization Director-General Guy Ryder raises the challenges for the coming year in terms of jobs, job quality and social discontent on BBC News

WESO Trends 2017: ILO Director-General Guy Ryder on BBC World News

The Director General of the ILO, Guy Ryder, discusses the World Employment and Social Outlook Trends 2017 report. He raises the challenges for the coming yea...

Global unemployment is expected to rise by 3.4 million people in 2017. What can you expect from the labour market this year? This video explains:
Love the weekend? Count yourself lucky. Many domestic workers don't have one!

Right to Rest for domestic workers
Globally over 60% of all workers lack any kind of employment contract.

Where are workers less likely to have a permanent contract?
Our latest report shows that global unemployment is expected to rise by 3.4 million people in 2017:

ILO: Global unemployment expected to rise by 3.4 million in 2017
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“1st Round National expo, exhibition and forum of people with disabilities” organized by the Women with Disabilities Development Association of Tigray (WDDAT). The 10 day event was held at Planet Hotel enabling members to display several art and craft they manufactured.
Beneficiaries spoke of the importance of the Disability Equality Training (DET) they benefitted from which raised their...
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Working poverty hits youth harder. Explore this InfoStory to learn more about employment trends for young people:

What stands between youth and decent jobs?
Modern slavery takes different forms; being trapped in domestic servitude is one of them.

I had to do something or die
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Where is working poverty hitting the hardest? Our interactive map will give you all the details: [ Link ]

Where is working poverty hitting the hardest?
Here are 7 ways to reduce the high levels of informal work among domestic workers:
Learn more facts with #DecentWork.

New strategies to reduce informality in domestic work
Companies, individuals and society win when they are inclusive of people with disabilities: [ Link ] #UNEnable

The win-win of disability inclusion
What's the difference between being unemployed and being outside the labour force?
Watch this video to learn the answer and explore the latest youth employment trends here: [ Link ]
Take the journey of a man who, in search of a job to support his family, accepts an offer from a recruiter and signs a contract for what looks like a good job with decent wages. Once at their destination, the reality is very different: [ Link ]

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Neither fences nor walls can stop migratory flows. Healthy economies need migrant workers. [ Link ]

Migration and development (Labour migration)
In many parts of the world, women are still trapped in low-skilled work & work longer unpaid hours. Explore the map:

Map: Explore the gender labour gap around the world
Global wage growth falls to its lowest level in four years. Check out ILO’s latest report on wage inequality in the workplace [ Link ]

Global wage growth falls to its lowest level in four years
Jobs for health workers are an investment, not a cost! They are a driver of inclusive growth and decent work.
Did you know, an estimated 50 million decent jobs are missing in 2016 to address essential global health requirements through universal health coverage (UHC) and ensure human security, particularly with respect to highly infectious diseases like Ebola?
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Globally millions of jobs are needed to ensure essential health care