World Employment and Social Outlook 2016

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Publication Date May 2016
ISBN 978-92-2-130388-6
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This edition of the World Employment and Social Outlook looks at poverty reduction and how it has been influenced by income inequality and the availability of quality jobs in developing and developed countries.

The report provides an estimate of the cost to eradicate extreme and moderate poverty globally. It also offers policy recommendations to address the structural challenges needed to provide both quality jobs and poverty reduction.

The ILO's World Employment and Social Outlook - Trends 2016 includes a forecast of global unemployment levels, looking at the situation in developed, emerging and developing economies, with detailed charts and numbers. The report also focusses on the share of vulnerable employment as well as on the scale of the informal economy. It provides policy guidance to boost decent work opportunities around the globe.

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ILO: World Employment and Social Outlook - Trends 2016
ILO: World Employment and Social Outlook 2016: Transforming jobs to end poverty
EurActiv, 19.05.16: ILO: Poverty rising in Europe, amid global dearth of solid jobs
The Guardian, 19.05.16: Worsening economies threaten to undo gains against poverty – ILO
Hungary Today, 19.05.16: ILO: 0.01% Of Hungary’s GDP Needed To Fully Eradicate Extreme Poverty
Deutsche Welle, 19.05.16: Poverty in developed world on the rise

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