Report

Clean energy at work

This report highlights the results of the largest study of current and projected employment in the renewable energy industry in Australia, which has boomed in recent years. With this expansion, the industry has reported skills shortages, but found a lack of data an impediment to...
Working paper

Understanding the rising trend in female labour force participation

Female labour force participation has increased tremendously since World War II in developed countries. The key contribution of this paper is to provide separate and internally consistent estimates of the role of tax and transfer policy reforms, wage growth, population changes and changes in labour...
Report

Understanding the Australian vocational education and training workforce

This report provides estimates of the size and nature of the Australian vocational education and training workforce. Data was collected through the 2019 National VET Workforce survey from registered training organisations (RTOs).
Report

Go west: Bristol and the post-Brexit immigration system

This paper fulfils IPPR’s educational objective by producing new research into the role of migrants in Bristol and the west of England’s labour market. The paper also helps to relieve poverty and unemployment by promoting recommendations for how both national and local level policymaking can...
Report

Perfect match: how workers can find jobs that fit them best

The purpose of this report is to focus on mismatch problems in manufacturing labor markets. This report lays out several frictions that keep qualified and available American workers from becoming hired by American manufacturers and puts forth ideas for both manufacturers and the public sector...
Survey

Australian Community Managers (ACM) career survey

This annual career survey of professional online community management in Australia is the only vocational research into professional online community management in the Asia Pacific region, providing an illuminating view of an emerging international discipline through a local lens.
Strategy

Our employment strategy

This strategy presents the New Zealand government’s vision for the labour market and the changes it is implementing to improve employment outcomes.
Report

The future is ours: women, automation and equality in the digital age

Automation – or the substitution of labour for capital – has triggered dystopian visions of mass joblessness, as well as utopian visions of a world with no work. This paper argues that automation presents an opportunity to narrow gender inequalities, and sets out four propositions...
Report

Working time developments in the 21st century: work duration and its regulation in the EU

This report examines the main trends and milestones characterising the evolution of the most important aspects of collectively agreed working time in the European Union during the first decade of the 21st century. Drawing primarily on information collected by Eurofound across all EU Member States...
Article

Quiet revolution: how Ukraine became the champion of digital work

Working conditions of Ukrainian digital freelancers: key findings from a representative survey and policy perspectives.