Why is a doctor facing sanctions for voicing his opinions on Twitter?
The Reserve Bank of Australia has created a new index for uncertainty in the Australian economy based on news, financial indicators and economic variables.
Agriculture can only contribute to rural growth and development to the benefit of all if it links with an inclusive and diverse rural non-farm economy.
EU employment legislation has had a hugely positive impact on UK labour laws.
Economic growth is a necessary condition for development. But it can only pass the sufficient condition test if growth translates into high-earning jobs. Ghana's recent history illustrates this.
Many jobs are likely to disappear due to technology and automation, but many more are likely to be created. The greatest challenge is managing the transition.
There doesn't need to be sub-standard jobs in order for there to be enough jobs to go around.
Malawi shows how micro and small business, with a bit of help from volunteers, can grow and create jobs
Rising membership of public sector unions and the growing political influence of these unions have led to government workers earning a premium over their private sector counterparts.
Intelligent machines are taking on many of the jobs once carried out by humans but that doesn't mean we'll have mass unemployment.
The longer someone is unemployed, the worse their mental health gets and this can also hinder them from finding another job, research shows.
A survey has found more reports of discrimination than positive treatment of job seekers with a mental illness.
It's a turbulent time for the global economy – here's what to expect.
The informal economy in sub-Saharan Africa is largely marginalised despite its significant contribution to employment and GDP.
Providing citizens with a basic income has shown signs of success in lifting people out of poverty, but more importantly the idea is transforming the way we think about inequality.
Working in a care home should come with better career prospects.
Indonesia has a large young workforce. But this can be a problem if they can't find jobs.
We're increasingly afraid of missing work – even when sick. New research reveals why.
In the 1920s, refugees were allowed unrestricted passage to countries that needed workers. There's a lesson here.
Less than half of young people in Australia go to university, so why do we make this the gold standard that all should strive for?