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Examining the world of work

The Empty Raincoat
By Charles Handy
Arrow Books

Reviewer: J.A. O’Brien

In THE EMPTY RAINCOAT: MAKING SENSE OF THE FUTURE, Professor Charles Handy addresses the “confusion” that stems from the “pursuit of efficiency and economic growth” in the name of progress. 354 more words

High Youth Unemployment in the Middle East fuels ISIS growth

High Youth Unemployment in the Middle East fuels ISIS growth | 16/09/14
By John Brian Shannon

Unemployment among youths continues to hit 70% in some Middle East countries. 1,688 more words


Davos needs to do more, talk less, on unemployment

DAVOS, Switzerland—It is true that it can be difficult to see the forest for the trees.

Over the past few years, participants at the World Economic Forum (WEF) here in Davos, Switzerland have been staring at some pretty big trees—a global economic slowdown, alarming unemployment, and a corresponding lack of confidence in economic policies and governments. 665 more words

A look at Unemployment Worldwide

We often think of unemployment in a local sense, meaning the unemployment rate in Detroit or Los Angeles.  Even when we are presented with a national number we often times try to immediately find where our local area fits into that statistical space.   283 more words


No Man is an Island

Guyana National Schools’ Choir
Photo Credit: Stabroek News

Some days ago, I awoke with thoughts of the song, “No Man is an Island.” It’s not the type of song that one hears on the airwaves. 467 more words

United States

Unemployment rate in the UK falls to 7.7%

UK unemployment has dropped 0.1% in the past three months to 7.7%. Although David Cameron says Britain is ‘turning a corner’, he admits the government has ‘still got a long way to go’. 233 more words

International Unemployment Data

The Annual Global Unemployment Index tracks key market trends in unemployment.  As a monitoring tool, the HR Coach Research Institute collates existing data from government agencies into a dashboard as a reference point for relevant bodies.  26 more words

Louise Broekman