The uncertainty of the future of work naturally raises a number of questions. It is no wonder Argentina put it on the agenda as one of three priorities to be discussed at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires. Will its impact be the same across the globe? What jobs will be most affected? What new skillsets will be required? But above all, how can governments prepare and … [Read more...] about Is your government ready for the future of work?
By Manuel Enrique Urquidi Finding a job and entering the labor market is never easy — information about vacancies may be hard to find, the job seeker’s skills may not exactly match what a company needs, and employers may be reluctant to hire someone they don’t know personally. To help job seekers overcome such barriers, Bolivia began to expand and enhance coverage of its … [Read more...] about Bolivia Expands Employment Services Program
This week the World Bank’s Development Impact blog (which you should read religiously if you are interested in development effectiveness and stuff) started publishing Job Market papers by aspiring recently graduates. But, where do they actually go? … [Read more...] about The PhD job market