A statement issued by the ILO and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Thursday said the launch would be jointly performed by Guy Ryder, the ILO Director–General, and Raymond Torres, Head of the ILO Research Department at 0930 hours at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.
This year’s edition includes a forecast of global unemployment levels in developed, emerging and developing economies, with detailed charts and numbers.
The projections also take into account the slowdown in the global economy and other structural factors that shape employment patterns.
The report also focuses on the share of vulnerable employment as well as on the scale of the informal economy.
It also provides policy guidance to boost decent work opportunities around the globe.