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The world crisis combusted has essentially changed a situation almost in all life spheres, and primarily on labor markets. However, weight of evidence suggests that many features of the world labor market which dawned in the second half of the 20th century – in the early 21st century will preserve their main outlines. The international labor statistics, and first of all, the International Labor Organization and Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development statistic services help confirm or contest it. This article is devoted to analysis of the data submitted by the ILO and OECD.
labor statistics, ILO, OECD annual, population size, labor resources, economically active population, child labor, employment, unemployment
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