ILOSTAT Database Description

Occupational Safety and Health Statistics (OSH)

The Occupational Safety and Health Statistics (OSH) database includes indicators on fatal and non-fatal injuries at work and labour inspection.  Occupational injuries Introduction Occupational safety and health at work are vital components of decent work. Statistics on occupational injuries are essential to assess the extent to which workers are protected from work-related hazards and risks. …

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Wages and Working Time Statistics (COND)

The Wages and Working Time Statistics (COND) database includes indicators on hourly and monthly earnings, statutory minimum wages, low pay, gender pay gap, and actual weekly hours of employees. These are indicators on working conditions, which are at the core of paid work and employment relationships. Wages Introduction Earnings are important from the workers’ point …

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Competitiveness Indicators (COMP)

The Competitiveness Indicators (COMP) database includes statistics on labour productivity, labour cost, and consumer prices. Labour productivity Introduction Labour productivity is an important economic indicator that is closely linked to economic growth, competitiveness, and living standards. Labour productivity represents the total volume of output (measured in terms of Gross Domestic Product, GDP) produced per unit …

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Work Statistics – 19th ICLS (WORK)

Overview Labour force statistics and the related ILOSTAT databases serve as a foundation for monitoring and assessing many of the pertinent issues related to the functioning of labour markets. However, recent changes in statistical standards have had a major impact on data comparability over time and across countries. For labour force statistics, major changes occurred between …

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Introduction The COVID Monitor database provides access to several of the indicators regularly featured in the ILO Monitor: COVID-19 and the world of work. It focusses on the evolution of working hours relative to the last pre-crisis quarter (the fourth quarter of 2019). Concepts and definitions The main concept for the indicators presented in this …

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Disability Labour Market Indicators (DLMI)

The ILOSTAT database Disability Labour Market Indicators (DLMI) is a set of indicators describing the gaps in the labour market outcomes between persons with and without disabilities. It covers the labour force, employment, unemployment, working time and earnings. Concepts and definitions The labour force concepts and definitions, such as employment and unemployment, follow those described …

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Child Labour Statistics (CHILD)

Introduction Child labour remains a persistent problem in the world today. It is a complex phenomenon as not all work done by children can be regarded as child labour. A distinction must be made between child labour, on the one hand, and children’s activities considered part of a natural socialisation process, on the other hand. Child …

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