Employment - an important factor in poverty reduction in all countries


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2016 annual report of “Employment and social problems in the world” with the title: “Job conversion to end poverty” emphasized the influence of the poverty rate inequality of income and good job in the developed and developing countries.
According to the report, while poverty has decreased in most countries in the past two decades, especially in China and Latin American countries, but in Africa and some Asian countries, the poverty rate remains at high level. Moreover, poverty has increased in the developed countries, especially in Europe, where more than 300 million people in developed countries lived in poverty in 2012.
Furthermore, poverty also affects more women and children. In emerging and developing countries, more than half of children under age of 15 living in extreme or inadequate poverty. In developed countries, 36% of all children live below the relative poverty threshold.
Meanwhile, the recent deterioration of the economic outlook in Asia, Latin America, Arab countries and resource-rich countries increasingly make social progress and employment become more fragile. Even in some countries, the inequality is rising again. Similarly, Europe and other developed countries have recently witnessed poverty levels worsened again.
“If it lacks of progress in creating good jobs, goal of poverty reduction by 2030 will not be achieved” - the report said, and added that it is especially important to dismantle the obstacles in the work of poverty reduction by changing jobs.

According to the International Labour Organization, first of all, we need to expand the production facilities and the promotion of sustainable enterprises. Secondly, strengthen and institutionalize the rights of the labor market. Thirdly, improve the effectiveness of social policies, employment and expand their scope. Finally, it needs to provide sufficient resources for the strategy to be approved./.
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