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Asia–Pacific Employment and Social Outlook 2022: Rethinking sectoral strategies for a human-centred future of work pulls together the most recent statistics to highlight how labour markets in the region are recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The report also makes a first-time assessment of regional sectoral estimates over a three-decade period from 1991-2021 to highlight which sectors are growing as sources of jobs.
The media briefing of this third edition of the biennial Asia–Pacific Employment and Social Outlook will be presented on 28 November 2022, from 13.00 hrs – 13.45 hrs Bangkok time (6:00 – 6:45 GMT) by:
- Chihoko Asada-Miyakawa, Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, ILO
- Sara Elder, Head, Regional Economic and Social Analysis Unit, ILO
Embargoed copies of the report and the press release can be made available to media in advance on request. Please note that the materials are under STRICT EMBARGO until 14.00 hrs Bangkok time (7 GMT) 28 November.
Please register in advance for the media briefing here
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
For further information and media inquiry, please contact: [email protected]
Source of original article: Press releases from ILO in Asia and the Pacific (www.ilo.org).
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