Global Health Requirements – 50 million decent jobs are missing now, 84 million jobs in 15 years says ILO

An estimated 50 million decent jobs are missing in 2016 to address essential global health requirements through universal health coverage (UHC) and ensure human security, particularly with respect to highly infectious diseases like Ebola. Demographic ageing over the next 15 years is expected to further increase employment needs in the global health supply chain by 84 million jobs.

The study Health workforce: A global supply chain  approach provides new data on the employment effects of health economies in 185 countries. It takes an unprecedented approach by including all workers in the wider economy contributing to the delivery of health care and services within and across countries in global health supply chains.


Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Health economy: Globally millions of jobs are needed to ensure essential health care


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