The coronacrisis in the second quarter, a globally significant impact on the labour market. The International labour organization (ILO), which is part of the United Nations, wrote on Tuesday that the number of hours worked by 14 per cent compared with the previous year, which translates into a loss of about 400 million full-time jobs.
The number of jobs lost is significantly higher than an estimate by the ILO of a little over a month ago. When was the united nations body to have a loss of 305 million full-time jobs. The UN agency said the increase shows that some of the coronasituatie has deteriorated in the last few weeks, especially in the emerging economies.
The DECLARATION, which concludes that women are more likely to lost their jobs than men because they are more common in the manufacturing industry and in the sectors of food and retail, the sectors which are especially hard hit by the pandemic. The organization warns, therefore, that the gender imbalance amount may be increased by the coronacrisis.
Also, in the second half, and in 2020 the loss of the job due to coronapandemie < / p> at The end of the second quarter does not necessarily mean that the troubles are over. The ILO is the coronamaatregelen in the coming months, and continue to be made more flexible, allowing more people to get the job done, but it brings the need for a reduction in the number of hours of work by a further 4.9 per cent. That translated to about 140 million jobs, compared with the fourth quarter of last year.
as a united nations body, has also an optimistic and a pessimistic scenario are. In the positive scenario, 34 million full-time jobs is less than in the previous year, while the number of jobs lost in the pessimistic scenario, to rise to 340 million less than in the previous year. In the latter scenario, the world would have to deal with a second coronagolf, where lockdowns and again to be of the order of the day, it would have been.