Davos 2023

The outlook for 2023 is uncertain, but here’s what we know about the global labour market

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The global labour market is changing. Image: Photo by Ant Rozetsky on Unsplash

Allen Blue
Co-Founder and Vice-President, Products, LinkedIn
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Davos 2023 ; Most of the global labour markets remain relatively tight compared to pre-pandemic period.
Most of the global labour markets remain relatively tight compared to pre-pandemic period. Image: LinkedIn Economic Graph
Davos 2023 ; global labour market
Hiring is slowing around the world. Image: LinkedIn Economic Graph

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