COMBINING DATA SOURCES TO UNDERSTAND CHANGES IN THE LABOR MARKET
The third issue of The Future of Work in Latin America and the Caribbean series combines new and traditional labor market data sources to understand what are the most in-demand occupations and skills in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Using LinkedIn data, we introduce "the Labor Market GPS", a tool aimed at helping workers transition from declining to emerging occupations. Another key insight in this publication is that labor market polarization is still partial in the region, as opposed to OECD countries.
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What are the 21st century skills?
The evolution of banking
How to distinguish between occupations?
Marcelo Cabrol, Manager of the Social Sector at the IDB, introduces our series of interactive notes in this audio.
Agustin Cáceres, Specialist of the IDB Communications Division, talks with Oliver Azuara, Senior Specialist of the IDB Labor Markets Division.
Audio 2: The new labor market data sources
Carmen Pagés, Chief of the IDB Labor Markets Division, reflects on the strengths and weaknesses of the new labor market data sources. The analysis includes the opinions of Carolina González Velosa, Rodrigo Quintana, and Cristina Pombo, from the IDB, and Mar Carpanelli, from LinkedIn.
Audio 3: What is the Labor Market GPS?
Carlos Ospino and Nicole Amaral, Consultants at the IDB Labor Markets Division, explain the Labor Market GPS: a useful tool to help workers transition from declining to emerging occupations.