Millennials in Latin America and the Caribbean: ¿to work or to study? seeks to facilitate the creation of public policies aimed at ensuring a better school to work transition for this generation, as well as future ones.
The future of work in Latin America and the Caribbean seeks to offer some ideas on the impact this new reality will have in the labor markets of our region.
The largest open data portal on labor markets and social security in Latin America and the Caribbean, with comparable statistics for 23 countries since 1990.
Based on behavioral economics, the use of new technologies and digital solutions, the Retirement Savings Laboratory seeks innovative ways to increase the number of people saving for retirement in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The network for pensions in Latin America and the Caribbean supports the countries' efforts in improving the institutional and technical capacity of pension institutions.
Public Employment Services play a key role to help workers find better jobs and help firms get the right talent. The SEALC Network supports them.
What is an apprenticeships system? Is this a good alternative for the youth? Could this mechanism be useful for the region? Download this publication and get the answers.
Through our rigorous research we understand better the challenges of the labor markets in the region. Download our books and monographs.
Why are there so many precarious jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean? Download our flagship publication, which offers new facts about how the labor markets function in the region.
Some of the beneficiaries of our projects explain in their own words how the IDB helps to improve their lives.
"The World of Public Employment Services" analyses the current situation and development of Public Employment Services.
The Social Security Observatory is a platform created to support research and policy making in the field of social security.