STATA for Labour Market Analysis

10 JUNE–5 JULY 2024

Online (ITC E-Campus)

The main objective of the course is to provide participants with the necessary advanced skills to use the computer software STATA to analyze the labour market for evidence-based policymaking, including SDG and decent work indicators.

Measuring skills mismatches

26 February – 22 March 2024

Online (ITC E-Campus)

The course is designed to enhance capacities to identify, collect, analyse and disseminate labour-market information related to skills imbalances from both the demand and supply sides.

The unseen workforce behind wastewater management

High-income countries often take the wastewater management process for granted. Yet only 58 per cent of the world’s domestic wastewater is safely treated, with significant variation across regions. For World Toilet Day, we delve into the data to gain a better understanding of employment in the water collection, treatment and supply and sewerage industries in different country contexts.

Measuring unpaid domestic and care work

Discover a practical tool for measuring unpaid domestic and care work and find out how we can assist you in making time-use data collection and analysis faster, easier, and more accurate.

Resolution concerning statistics on the informal economy

This resolution aims to set standards for statistics on the informal economy. It defines the statistical concepts of informal productive activities, the informal economy, the informal market economy and informal work and provides operational concepts, definitions and guidelines for the statistical measurement of its components.

From tradition to transformation: Employment trends in postal and courier services

Technology has severely affected demand for postal services. At the same time employment in the industry is still rising in most countries, driven by rapid growth in courier activities. This apparent contradiction in fact supports the idea that while technological progress can destroy jobs and displace workers, it can also create more jobs, creating a positive overall effect. Looking to the future, reskilling, upskilling and support to help postal services accelerate their digitalization and diversification processes will be key to building the resilience and adaptability of workers and enterprises in the sector.

SDMX – Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange

7–18 OCTOBER 2024

Online (ITC E-Campus)

The main objective of the course is to enable participants to understand the scope, architecture and features of SDMX, in particular those features that support more efficient processes for reporting, exchanging and disseminating statistical data and

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