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The future of work – The major trends

Gender gap in participation rates is not expected to improve over the coming 15 years

Few countries combine an environmentally sustainable footprint with decent work

Declining labour force participations rates will exacerbate demographic changes

Migration is likely to intensify in the future as decent work deficits remain widespread

Global supply chain related jobs go well beyond those related to manufacturing

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at The future of work (The future of work)

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