A UNICEF poll of 10,000 young people from more than 160 countries has a stark message: “We need more jobs and better education.”
In a bid for profitability, electric car maker Tesla will be cutting seven percent of its workforce, per an announcement by CEO Elon Musk.
Huawei, together with 16 partner companies, offered more than 100 job vacancies - all of which were filled by the end of the event.
The country needs to create 15 million new jobs in 2019 to support the record number of at 8.34 million college graduates that will enter the job market.
To boost e-commerce capabilities, Thailand is establishing up the first e-commerce park dedicated to digital training.
Labour force growth and employment growth has been outpacing unemployment growth since March 2017, according to a new report.
The unemployment rate in South Korea exceeded that of the US for the first time in 17 years, in 2018’s third quarter.
The most popular reasons for desiring change were low pay, poor working conditions, and poor company prospects.
The majority of Japanese firms operating in Asia consider rising labour costs and the shortage of skilled labour as their top concerns.
It plans to expand beyond its e-commerce and cloud business into areas such as payments, content, voice-assistance, and food retail.
Sri Lanka’s unemployment rate declined slightly in the third quarter of 2018 year on year, according to a government report.
A recent study forecasts that the China Pakistan Economic Corridor is likely to generate up to 700,000 jobs in Pakistan by 2030.
More than 10 million jobs were lost in India last year, according to a recent report by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy.
Jobs creation is expected to continue in the United Arab Emirates UAE, albeit at a slowed pace, with Dubai leading the way.
Despite the increasing popularity of automation, the state of jobs on a global scale remain largely unaffected.
Japan’s biggest investment bank, Nomura Holdings, is looking to recoup losses on global financial markets.
Following the revised Minimum Wage Act, which resulted in a higher minimum wage, South Korean small businesses are struggling to stay afloat.
The single most important thing that can help a company pick the best candidate can actually be found within the organisation itself.
The new policy will provide visas for blue collar foreign workers with skills in 14 industrial sectors, to address the nation’s manpower shortage.
It is expected that an additional 400,000 jobs will be created for Filipinos at local firms by 2030, according to new forecasts.
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A potential three-way merger of three banks in the United Arab Emirate might result in the termination of some 1,000 jobs.
According to official data unemployment dropped 0.05 percentage points from a month earlier to 3.7%.
At two of Japan's airline carriers, men are being wood for careers in the traditionally female-dominated profession of cabin crew.
This development is attributed to the increasing uptake of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence.
The Filipino government had set guidelines for the recruitment and deployment of over 100,000 Filipino teachers to China.
South Korea plans to accept more foreign workers next year, with the aim of alleviating the country's talent crunch.
Half of those laid off were from the greater Kuala Lumpur area of Klang Valley, according to the country's HR minister.
This out of a total of 5.24 million adults aged between 15 to 64, who are not part of Taiwan's shrinking workforce.
In the final installment of our 2018 retrospective, we look at one of the more interesting phenomena to occur this year - employee activism.