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OECD Employment Outlook 2014
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  25 Sep 2014
Pages: 292 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264210929 , OECD Code: 812014091P1
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The OECD Employment Outlook 2014 marks the 20th Anniversary of the OECD Jobs Strategy and includes chapters on recent labour market developments with a special section on earnings/wages, job quality, youth employment, unemployment and unemployment rates, and forms of employment and employment protection. As in previous editions, the 2014 OECD Employment Outlook monitors recent labour market developments in OECD countries and Key Partner economies and identifies appropriate policy action to foster more and better jobs.


Table of contents:

Editorial: Both more and better jobs are needed for an inclusive recovery from the crisis 11
Acronyms and abbreviations 15
Executive summary 17
Chapter 1. An update on the labour market situation 19
-Key findings 20
-Introduction 22
-1. Taking stock of the labour market recovery and the short-term outlook  22
-2. How much of the persistently high increase in unemployment has become structural? 31
-Conclusions 38
-References  39
-Annex 1.A1. Supplementary material 41
Chapter 2. Sharing the pain equally?Wage adjustments during the crisis and recovery 43
-Key findings 44
-Introduction 46
-1. Wage adjustment during the crisis and recovery 47
-2. How is the burden of wage adjustment shared over the workforce?  64
-Conclusions 71
-References 74
-Annex 2.A1. Supplementary material 77
Chapter 3. How good is your job? Measuring and assessing job quality 79
-Key findings 80
-Introduction 82
-1. An operational framework for measuring and assessing job quality 83
-2. Job quality outcomes and well-being 88
-3. A statistical portrait of job quality 114
-Conclusions  122
-References 125
-Annex 3.A1. Defining and measuring job strain 130
-Annex 3.A2. A statistical portrait of job quality 137
Chapter 4. Non-regular employment, job security and the labour market divide 141
-Key findings 142
-Introduction 144
-1. Scope and characterisation of non-regular employment 146
-2. Statutory employment protection of non-regular workers 158
-3. From protection to security: Exploring disparities in job security across contracts 172
-4. Policy options to reduce labour market segmentation 184
-Conclusions 191
-References 197
-Annex 4.A1. Additional tables and figures 201
Chapter 5. The role of skills in early labour market outcomes and beyond 211
-Key findings 212
-Introduction 214
-1. The importance of skills for youth labour market outcomes 214
-2. Inefficient investments in education and skills  228
-3. Improving labour market outcomes through skill-related policies 234
-Conclusions 248
-References 251
-Annex 5.A1. Information-processing and generic skills in the OECD Survey of Adult Skills  256
-Annex 5.A2. Coding of ISCO-08 3-digit occupation classification to field of study 259
Statistical annex 261
-A. Harmonised unemployment rates in OECD countries 264
-B. Employment/population ratios by selected age groups 265
-C. Labour force participation rates by selected age groups 268
-D. Unemployment rates by selected age groups  271
-E. Employment/population ratios by educational attainment, 2012  274
-F. Labour force participation rates by educational attainment, 2012 275
-G. Unemployment rates by educational attainment, 2012 276
-H. Incidence and composition of part-time employment 277
-I. Incidence and composition of temporary employment  278
-J. Incidence of job tenure of less than 12 months 280
-K. Average annual hours actually worked per person in employment 282
-L. Incidence of long-term unemployment, 12 months and over 283
-M. Real average annual wages and real unit labour costs in the total economy  286
-N. Earnings dispersion and incidence of high and low pay  287
-O. Relative earnings: gender, age and education gaps 288
-P. Public expenditure and participant stocks in labour market programmes in OECD countries, 2011 and 2012 289

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