Despite world-beating growth, India's lack of jobs threatens its young
India's urban unemployment soared during the Covid-19 pandemic, reaching a high of 20.9% in the April-June 2020 quarter, while wages fell.
Refugee employment should be based on home ministry data, Saifuddin says
Home Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says his ministry is now trying to collect information on refugees, such as their gender, age and country of origin.
LinkedIn cuts over 700 jobs, exits China app as demand wavers
LinkedIn has grown revenue each quarter during the last year, but it joins other major technology companies including its parent in laying off workers amid a weakening global economic outlook.
Australia to overhaul immigration system, smooth entry for skilled workers
The federal Labor government says the current system used to select skilled migrants - the points test - will be modified to identify people with the correct skill sets the Australian economy needs going forward.
Walt Disney Co to begin second wave of layoffs, cutting several thousand jobs, sources say
The company is expected to cut 'several thousand' jobs in layoffs.
India's migrant millions: Caught between jobless villages and city hazards
According to 2011 figures, the latest available, India's then population of 1.21 billion people included 456 million internal migrants.
Food or fuel? Young singles work two jobs and watch every sen
They say there is no way they can cover their monthly expenses without taking on another job.
McDonald's temporarily shuts US offices, prepares layoff notices, report says
The fast-food chain had said that it would review corporate staffing levels as part of an updated business strategy, which could lead to layoffs in some areas and expansion in others.
Walt Disney Co begins 7,000 layoffs
Several major divisions of the company – Disney Entertainment, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, and corporate – are expected to be impacted.
Indonesia's parliament passes controversial jobs decree into law
The law, which revises more than 70 other laws, has been praised by foreign investors for streamlining business rules, but also criticised by labour and green groups as being too pro-business.
Meta axes another 10,000 jobs in new round of cuts
With the second announcement, the California-based company will have rid itself of roughly 25% of its workforce in just four months.
UK employers feel the strain of missing skilled workers
The shortage of qualified workers is not unique to Britain but it has been exacerbated by the country's exit from the European Union, which creates more paperwork and cost to hire workers from the bloc.