Employment policies and data

OECD Employment Outlook 2006 - Supplementary material


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OECD Employment Outlook 2006 - Boosting Jobs and Incomes

    ISBN: 9264023844
    Publication: 13/06/2006
    280 pages

OECD Employment Outlook 2006 - Boosting Jobs and Incomes - Supplementary statistical material

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Chapter 2: OECD Employment outlook 2006 - Boosting Jobs and Incomes - Chapter 2. Labour Market Performance since 1994 and Future Challenges
Supplementary material of chapter 2 (535Kb, xls, English)

Table W2.1. Labour market performance for prime-age females in OECD countries
Table W2.2. Labour market performance for youth in OECD countries
Table W2.3. Labour market performance for older workers in OECD countries
Table W2.4. Labour market performance for workers with low education in OECD countries
Table W2.5. Indicators of job quality and security across OECD countries


Chapter 3: General policies to improve employment opportunities for all
Supplementary material of chapter 3 (932Kb, xls, English)

Figure W3.1. Index of unemployment benefits entitlements, 1961-2003
Figure W3.2. Union density and coverage, 2000
Figure W3.3. Ratio of minimum wages to median wages, 1970-2003
Figure W3.4. Share of training entirely paid by employers
Figure W3.5. Reported reasons for which training costs are too high for workers
Table W3.1. Employment-conditional benefits, 2002
Table W3.2. Spending on labour market programmes, 1985, 1994 and 2002
Table W3.3. Examples of changes in working-time regulations in OECD countries since 1994
Table W3.4. Usual weekly hours of work most frequently reported: male employees in their main job, 1985-2002


Chapter 4: Policies targeted at specific workforce groups or labour-market segments
Supplementary material of chapter 4 (559Kb, xls, English)

Table W4.1. Share of 16 and 17-years-olds not enrolled in education, 1988-2003
Table W4.2. Percentage of foreign-born and of foreigners in the total population in OECD countries and acquisition of citizenship by the foreign-born
Figure W4.1. Voluntary part-time work and women participation across OECD countries, 2004
Figure W4.2. Evolution of youth unemployment rates relative to those of adults, 1994-2004
Figure W4.3. Regional industry mix and regional disparities in employment growth,


Chapter 5: Social implications of policies aimed at raising employment
Supplementary material of chapter 5 (612Kb, xls, English)

Figure W5.1. Coverage of workers by employer-sponsored private insurance and occupational pension by characteristics of the job and the employees, Canada and the United States
Figure W5.2. One-year transition rates out of employment for permanent workers with job tenure inferior to one year and for temporary workers, average 1998-2001
Figure W5.3. Evolution of one-year and three-year mobility from temporary to permanent jobs since mid-1990s
Figure W5.4. Differences in mobility out of temporary employment by educational attainment, 1998-2001
Figure W5.5. Statutory minimum wage and the incidence of low-paid employment
Table W5.1. Coverage of workers by occupational pension in perspective in selected OECD countries
Table W5.2. One-year and three-year mobility of temporary workers


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