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Labor Market

Labor markets are at the core of an economy and at the same time highly influenced by regulations and collective bargaining processes. DICE describes a broad range of labour market regulations, focusing on active labour market policies and employment protection and combining it with outcomes like employment, unemployment and working time.

Related Datasets

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Employment

Eurostat
Employed persons between the age of 15 and 64 as a percentage of the population.

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Harmonised Unemployment Rates (monthly)

Eurostat
The (harmonised) unemployment rate is the number of people unemployed as a percentage of the labor force. The datasset contains monthly data.

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Health Workforce Migration

OECD
Health Workforce Migration in different aspects

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Individuals with Digital Skills

Eurostat
Percentage of indiviuals aged 16-74 with basic or above basic digital skills.

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Minimum Wage Exemptions

Various
Exemptions of the statutory minimum wage for the Eurozone Member States in 2018.

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Unemployment Rates

World Bank Group
The unemployment rate is the number of people unemployed as a percentage of the labor force.

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