Tuesday, June 11, 2019 - 14:37
Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 12:53
A new IDB study from the series The future of work in Latin America and the Caribbean estimates that the region will need 12 million teachers, 3 million doctors and 8 million nurses by the year 2040. The study also highlights that jobs in education and health are good
Thursday, November 22, 2018 - 15:39
Young people in Latin America and the Caribbean have weak cognitive skills but their socio-emotional abilities are strong, according to the study “Millennials in Latin America and the Caribbean: to work or to study?” The report, which is the result of research drawing on more than 15,000 people in nine countries, also found a high level of optimism and aspiration in this new generation of workers. Young people in Latin America and the Caribbean have great potential but it could end u
IDB Group and Civil Society discuss sustainable development challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 19:00
More than 500 civil society representatives from 26 nations and international experts share knowledge on innovation from the perspective of future jobs, intelligent cities, the digital economy and social innovation SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia – More than 500 representatives from Latin American and Caribbean Civil Societies organizations met in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, with senior Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) officials to discuss ways to put innovation at the service of sustainable development.
Robotlution: A new IDB publication on the automation of employment and how it will impact productivity
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 - 03:00
Mexico and Brazil are leading the region in the use of robots: one to two robots per thousand workers Will robotization destroy or displace jobs or will it create new, more sustainable ones? Can technological change play a part in reducing inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean? These are some of the key questions that 40 international experts responded to in “Robotlution.
Friday, December 19, 2014 - 03:00
IDB loan of $50 million to reduce the social risks for families and poor youths The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $50 million loan to reduce the vulnerability and social risk of individuals and families in the poorest municipalities of the state of Ceará, Brazil. The project will improve infrastructure, the quality and access to social services and promote employment among youths at risk.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 03:00
Multilateral Investment Fund’s “Galpão Aplauso” partnership readies young Brazilians for workforce An Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) project in Brazil that uses a performing arts program as an avenue to employment for at risk youth was recognized for its development impact by the U.S. Treasury at an awards ceremony today.
Thursday, March 13, 2014 - 03:00
A new study analyzes their characteristics and challenges The new study “WEGrow: Unlocking the Growth Potential of Women Entrepreneurs in Latin America and the Caribbean,” finds that these entrepreneurs are opportunity-driven rather than necessity-driven, and that they mention economic independence, passion and creating jobs as their main reasons for launching their business ventures.
Modernization of pension system management for Brazilian government employees to receive IDB support
Monday, October 15, 2012 - 03:00
Program’s second phase to provide training and modernize pension systems The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved loan for up to $10 million to the Brazilian government to modernize the pension system management for civil servants under the Public Sector Pension Plan (RPPS, in the Portuguese acronym).
IDB approves $60 million to help 40,000 youth in slums in Rio de Janeiro State cleared of drug-trafficking gangs
Tuesday, September 4, 2012 - 03:00
Goal is to reduce early pregnancies and truancy and to prepare young people for the labor market The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a loan to support a Rio de Janeiro State program to integrate into society 40,000 young people who live in favelas cleared of drug-trafficking gangs.