In addition to the overall analysis of labour market trends and short-term projections, this edition of the OECD Employment Outlook provides analysis and policy advice on: the magnitude and persistence of low-paying jobs in OECD countries; the relationship between national systems of collective bargaining and various measures of economic performance; the effects of international trade on OECD labour markets; and whether and for whom job insecurity is on the rise in recent years. A Statistical Annex provides time-series data on key labour market indicators.
Table of contents:
Editorial: Low-Wage Jobs: Stepping Stones to a better Future or Traps? Chapter 1 Recent Labour Market Developments and Prospects Chapter 2. Earnings Mobility: Taking a Longer-Term View Chapter 3. Economic Performance and the Structure of Collective Bargaining Chapter 4. Trade, Earnings and Employment: Assessing the Impact of Trade with Emerging Economies on OECD Labour Markets Chapter 5. Is Job Insecurity on the Increase in OECD Countries? Statistical Annex