In the past, technology both destroyed and created jobs. Is that trend ending?
A Universal Basic Income is essentially free money for everyone, no strings attached. And it could be the perfect response to rising unemployment due to automation.
There’s been a lot of research on whether being unemployed hurts your ability to get a new job. But what about if you’re working part-time or below your skill level?
There doesn't need to be sub-standard jobs in order for there to be enough jobs to go around.
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.
Energy and resources minister Josh Frydenberg said recently that the latest employment figures show extremely strong job growth, the greatest Australia's had since 2006. Is that right?
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.
Efforts to fix the UK's failure to make more stuff and be more profitable focus too far up the chain.
Removing names from CVs is a start, but we need to do much more to beat discrimination.
October was a strong month for jobs gains, but the president and Congress need to stop waiting for the numbers to improve and begin to act more proactively.
Jobs growth slowed in September, yet the despite the disappointing figures there's no political will to do anything about it.
South Africa's unemployment figures have been stubbornly high over the past two decades. One policy measure that could help alleviate the pressure is a youth wage subsidy.
Politicians all too often use monthly jobs numbers to infer that the other mob is doing a bad job or that they are doing a great job at managing the economy. But that's a flawed use of the data.
As debates rage on whether graduates are 'over-educated', researchers have looked at what's actually happening to their jobs.
Digital technology makes it easy for people to join the so-called "gig" economy and compete for work. But what employment rights does this online workforce really have, if any?
The July employment report suggests the recent trend of lackluster gains in jobs and wages is continuing, and a rate hike should therefore be off the table for the time being.
Holograms could make science and technology accessible as part of a new way of teaching.
The Palaszczuk government's first budget for Queensland has promised to drive new investement and jobs in the knowledge based sectors.
Australia doesn't have many of the employment problems still troubling OECD countries, but structural unemployment is one.
This was a bombshell of a budget, signalling direct interventions in the labour market that went far beyond what most observers were expecting.