Tag Archives: ILO

In which countries is it hardest for young people to find work in 2016?

By | September 5, 2016

I’m currently working on a study within a team of 5 people (including myself): 2 senior and 2 junior level men. The seniors have retired from public service. The two young men have graduated 5 years ago from local public and private universities, top of their class but could not find stable jobs. Thus, they… Read More »

The ILO’s ‘historic’ informal to formal guidelines and framework: What does it actually mean?

By | June 14, 2015

The big news this weekend is the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) first ever Recommendations and Guidelines on the informal economy. My first take away from all the documentation is that the informal sector is no more the enemy of good and, now, can finally be addressed with the consideration it needs and deserves. Here’s a… Read More »