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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.