Workforce and Employment

Chart: How Gen Z employment levels compare in OECD countries

The OECD defines the ‘unemployed’ as people of legal working age who don’t have workare available to work, and have taken steps to find a job. Image: Unsplash/ Devin Avery

Avery Koop

Author, Visual Capitalist

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Unemployment rates have risen across the world due to the global pandemic. Image: Visual Capitalist/Avery Koop

Gen Z has an unemployment rate of nearly 2x more in almost every OECD country. Image: Visual Capitalist

Labor share took a dramatic dive in 2020. Image: Visual Capitalist

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