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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Spain

The OECD Employment Outlook 2009 indicates that unemployment in Spain is likely to continue increasing in the months to come and could even approach 20% in 2010. This implies that the largest part of the total expected increase in unemployment in Spain has already taken place.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: United States

The OECD Employment Outlook 2009 indicates that the early stages of the economic recovery will be too muted to result in strong job creation. As a result, the US unemployment rate is expected to continue to rise to a little above 10% and to remain at that level through 2010.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Korea

The OECD Employment Outlook 2009 indicates that Korea’s unemployment rate may have peaked in June at 4.0%, since the July rate was slightly lower at 3.8%. The June rate represented a 1 percentage-point increase from its most recent trough in September 2008.

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16-September-2009

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Rapporto OCSE sull’occupazione 2009: L'Italia

L’impatto della crisi sul mercato del lavoro italiano è stato fino a oggi moderato rispetto a molti altri paesi OCSE. Il tasso di disoccupazione ha raggiunto il 7,4% nel marzo 2009, con un incremento di 0,8 punti percentuali rispetto a un anno prima.

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16-September-2009

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The Welfare Effects of Social Mobility (OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers No. 93)

This paper analyses whether a socially mobile society is conducive to subjective well-being. Using socio-demographic information in 30 OECD countries from the World Values Survey, this study shows that living in a socially mobile society is conducive to individual life satisfaction.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Italy

The OECD Employment Outlook 2009 indicates that the impact of the crisis on the labour market has been milder in Italy compared to a number of other OECD countries. In Italy, the unemployment rate reached 7.4% in March 2009, an increase of 0.8 percentage points compared to one year before.

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16-September-2009

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OECD-Beschäftigungsausblick 2009: Deutschland

Die Arbeitslosigkeit ist in der gegenwärtigen Rezession in Deutschland bislang weniger stark gestiegen als zunächst befürchtet. Mit 7,7 Prozent lag sie im Juli 2009 deutlich unter den 8,4 Prozent im Jahr 2007 und nur einen halben Prozentpunkt höher als an ihrem Tiefpunkt im September 2008.

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16-September-2009

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Preventing the jobs crisis from casting a long shadow

During the launch of the Employment Outlook 2009, Mr. Gurría warned that the unemployment rate is likely to continue rising into 2010 and could even approach 10% in the OECD area. He called governments to act fast and decisively to prevent the recession turning into a long-term unemployment crisis with its major social and economic consequences.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Japan

The OECD Employment Outlook 2009 indicates that Japan has experienced sizeable job losses during the global economic downturn. In July, the unemployment rate reached a record high level of 5.7%, two percentage points higher than at the end of 2007.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Australia

The OECD Employment Outlook indicates that employment in Australia is likely to decline by between 1.4% and 1.9%, or around 150 000-200 000 jobs, less by the end of 2010 than if no fiscal measures had been taken.

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