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Spain’s labor reform delivers jobs but at a cost
Spain’s labor market reform has helped bring down sky-high unemployment but critics complain the bulk of the jobs it created offer lower salaries and less security.
China to promote employment of college graduates
Chinese central government has called for more efforts in helping college graduates get jobs or start businesses, according to statement issued after a national tele-conference on employment.
Leader designates 1396 'Year of Production & Employment'
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says “the enemies across the world acknowledged the power and greatness of the people of Iran” in the year that the country put behind.
Less employment and more ‘junk’ jobs
While just eight men are enjoying their huge wealth, equivalent to that of half the world, new forecasts project darker shadows by predicting rising unemployment rates, more precarious jobs and worsening social inequality. To start with, there will be more than 1.4 billion people employed in vulnerable working conditions.
Sustainable employment document prepared for women breadwinners
A document on sustainable employment for women householders has been drafted, said vice president for women and family affairs.
Spaniards chased away by crisis attempt return home
Luis Lag is one of thousands of Spaniards who went abroad during the crisis. This ‘very good decision’ allowed him to find a better job when he eventually came back.
Employment down as Brexit fears mount
British employment has fallen for the first time since the general election, as firms hold back on hiring in the face of an uncertain economic outlook.
Employment status affects one's morals around money
In the study 'Moral consequences of becoming unemployed', endorsed by the prestigious scientific journal PNAS, researchers at the UPV/EHU's Faculty of Economics and Business and at the University of Nottingham (UK) have analyzed a moral consequence of unemployment that together with the effects it has on people's mental health, could explain why these people become disengaged from the labor market. 151 young adults in Córdoba and Bilbao were involved in the study.
Tourism can boost
women employment
Developing tourism can boost employment
Developing the tourism industry can help generate jobs and remove economic problems since four or five direct and indirect jobs can be created with the arrival of each tourist in every region, said the head of Secretariat of High Council of Cultural Heritage and Tourism.
Number of unemployed Spaniards hits 4.18 million
A new report released by Spain’s Ministry of Employment and Social Security shows that the number of Spaniards without a job has reached 4.18 million.
New study to probe disability employment discrimination
It's no secret that Canadians with disabilities have a harder time than others at finding work. Now, new research led by political sociologist and U of T Mississauga assistant professor David Pettinicchio will examine how discrimination by employers during the hiring process can contribute to this situation.
Minister: Women’s employment should gain momentum
Employment opportunities — for Iran's population, in general, and for the female population, in particular — will continue to expand in the coming years, said Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare Minister Ali Rabiei.
Rising socioeconomic profile of Iranian women
Iranian women have made great achievements after the 1979 Islamic Revolution, thanks to the policies formulated to broaden participation.
Tehran, Dushanbe to expand employment cooperation
Iranian Ambassador to Tajikistan Hojjatollah Faghani said both Tehran and Dushanbe have precious experiences in entrepreneurship, saying the exchange of scientific and labor experiences will help reduce the two countries' unemployment rate.

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