To explore international labor markets, companies must first consult global labor market data. This much-anticipated quarterly report compiles current international labor market figures from countries around the world, including measures like national Gross Domestic Product and unemployment rates, and tracks them over time.
This edition of the report also provides a regional synopsis of English proficiency for those countries where English is not the primary language. Most national economies are becoming increasingly dependent on international trade, which represents more than 30-percent of world GDP. English is the common language required for these global transactions.