Future of Work

These charts show how much harder it is for young workers to have a successful career than their parents

Automation and globalization are key trends shaping the future of work. Image: Unsplash/Akson

Era Dabla-Norris

Division Chief, Asia Pacific Department, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Carlo Pizzinelli

Economist, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

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