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Renewable Energy Sector Soars: Nearly 14 Million Jobs Worldwide

In a remarkable achievement for the renewable energy industry, global employment in renewable energy reached a staggering 13.7 million jobs in 2022, marking a significant increase of one million since 2021 and a remarkable leap from the 7.3 million recorded in 2012. This remarkable growth is detailed in the tenth edition of the "Renewable Energy and Jobs: Annual Review 2023," a collaborative effort between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

Indigenous Children at High Risk of Child Labour

Children from indigenous communities face a significant risk of child labour and often don’t have access to education, according to a recent analysis by the International Labour Organization (ILO).

Keep an eye on your eye health at work

More needs to be done to protect workers’ eye health, says a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB).

AI Set to Augment Jobs Rather Than Erase Them; ILO

Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is more likely to enhance job roles through task automation, rather than completely replacing them, according to a recent study by the International Labour Organization (ILO).

Worsening Debts dashes Job Aspiration In Developing Countries

The increase in debt levels compounded by high inflation and rising interest rates have dashed job-seekers’ hopes in developing countries, according to the latest International Labour Organization (ILO) report.

Top CEOs got 9 % hike in wages; workers fell by...

The top-paid CEOs across four countries enjoyed a nine percent pay hike in 2022, while workers’ wages fell 3.19 percent during the same period, said a latest Oxfam analysis on International Workers’ Day on May 1.

Improving Working Conditions of Workers During Covid Needed

Countries across the world need to improve working conditions and earnings of workers, who were essential during COVID-19 pandemic, to fully reflect...

Gender Imbalance In Employment Worse; ILO 

Gender imbalances in employment and working conditions are more than previously thought and progress in reducing them disappointingly slow in the last...

50 Million Children Miss Out On Social Protection; Numbers Increase 

Children without access to social protection is increasing year-on-year, leaving them at risk of poverty, hunger and discrimination, revealed a new report...

Economic Slowdown; Workers to get Low Quality, Paid Less Jobs

The present global economic slowdown is likely to force more workers to accept lower quality, poorly paid jobs that lack job security...