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The state of the labour market in Latin America
Paid work is the primary source of income for most people around the world...
Labour markets are inextricably linked with national economies...
The issue of informality in labour markets is one that receives a lot of attention, but the exact definition of the term is not universally agreed upon...
Consultants trumpet the potential of technology to drive economic growth in the region, but what could the advent of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) mean for the labour market?..
Latin America suffers from a significant skills gap which experts say is only getting worse as regional economies undergo digital transformation...
While the influence of teachers’ unions in disrupting education reform may suggest that the union movement is powerful in Latin America, that’s not entirely true...
Women have made great strides in labour market participation in recent decades, but there are still a lot of improvements to be made in Latin America...
Jacqueline Mazza is currently an Adjunct Lecturer in the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Latin American Studies Program...
For governments, there is a pressing need for education reform that provides young people with the skills they need to find work in the formal sector, especially given the demands of the fourth industrial revolution...

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