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7-July-2010

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Key employment statistics

The feature Key Employment Statistics allows cross-country comparisons on labour market indicators, outcomes, policies and institutions.

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7-July-2010

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How can labour market policies help promote a quick return to work?

"Cutting unemployment and fiscal deficits at the same time is a daunting challenge but it needs to be tackled head on. Despite signs of recovery in most countries, the risk remains that millions of people may lose touch with the labour market. High joblessness as the new normal can not be accepted and has to be tackled by a comprehensive policy strategy", said Angel Gurría at the launch of the OECD Employment Outlook 2010.

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7-July-2010

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Perspectivas del Empleo 2010 – ¿Dónde se sitúa ESPAÑA?

Desde el inicio de la crisis económica mundial a finales del 2007, más de dos millones y medio de trabajadores se han sumado al paro en España. De un total de 4,6 millones de trabajadores que se han añadido al paro en toda la zona Euro en el mismo periodo, el 50% son españoles.

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7-July-2010

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Employment outlook 2010 - How does Germany compare (in German)

Trotz des starken Einbruchs der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Produktion in Deutschland hat sich die Arbeitslosigkeit kaum bewegt. Während der Rezession ging das reale BIP um 6.7% zurück, womit es deutlich stärker sank als im OECD-Durchschnitt (-4.8%).

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7-July-2010

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Employment Outlook 2010 Country Notes: Korea

In a sharp contrast with other OECD countries, the unemployment rate in Korea has already returned to its pre-crisis level during the recovery. The Korean harmonised unemployment rate in May was 3.2%, as compared to 3.1% at the onset of the global financial crisis in December 2007.

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7-July-2010

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Employment Outlook 2010 Country Notes: United Kingdom

The global economic crisis hit the UK economy and its labour market hard. The UK unemployment rate (ILO definition) rose by 2.8 percentage points since December 2007 to reach 7.9% in March 2010, an increase that is similar to the average rise for the OECD area.

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7-July-2010

Japanese, , 290kb

Employment Outlook 2010 Country notes: Japan (in Japanese)

Even though the economic recovery has been underway in Japan since early 2009, the unemployment rate in May 2010 was 5.2% which is still 1.4 percentage points higher than the unemployment rate prior to the global financial crisis.

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7-July-2010

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Employment Outlook 2010 Country Notes: Japan

Even though the economic recovery has been underway in Japan since early 2009, the unemployment rate in May 2010 was 5.2% which is still 1.4 percentage points higher than the unemployment rate prior to the global financial crisis.

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7-July-2010

English, , 154kb

Employment Outlook 2010 Country Notes: Australia

Australia has escaped the worst of the global recession and its unemployment rate, at 5.2%, is now one of the lowest in the OECD.

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7-July-2010

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Employment Outlook 2010 Country Notes: Italy

The impact of the crisis on the Italian labour market has been so far milder than in a number of other OECD countries. However, the OECD Employment Outlook 2010 indicates worsening labour market conditions in the last year.

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