Answered By: Business Information Services Last Updated: May 13, 2020 Views: 19
The Economist Intelligence Unit is a good place to start. Click "country commerce" and choose a country. You will see a list of main reports for several years. Choose a year and either the HTML or PDF version of the report. Then select "human resources."
WDI Online will also be helpful. Choose All Indicators from the tabs and scroll down to Social Protection and Labor. Choose a topic to see available data from several countries.
ProQuest Statistical Datasets also contains statistics on labor and employment. Click on Index Terms under the search box. Information can be found under the headings for "industry and commerce" and "labor and employment."
Statista has information on labor and employment. To search, type in "labor" or "employment". After the results load, you can limit them by country, time period, and report type.
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