Poverty & Development

What is the unemployment rate in your country?

There are more than 200 million people world wide without jobs today.

What is the unemployment rate in your country?

US Elections 2016

Trump, Clinton and the great jobs challenge

Are Clinton's and Trump's economic promises realistic and can they resolve basic challenges facing American capitalism?

People & Power

In Search of the Great American Job

Can the next US president retrieve the secure, well-paid employment enjoyed by previous generations of American workers?

We the People

Jobs: End of the Line

How are people in Dayton, Ohio, getting by without the prospect of another job in manufacturing?

101 East

The End of China Inc?

As time is running out for China to pay off its bad debts, 101 East investigates if this could be the end of China Inc.

Inside Story

Should governments provide a minimum wage for everyone?

Swiss voters have rejected the idea of a basic income for everyone, but what will happen if other countries approve it?

Counting the Cost

France's labour reforms: Pro-business or pro-worker?

We take a look at France's high unemployment rate and explore who will benefit from the proposed labour law reforms.

Poverty & Development

Q&A: Tunisia's social time bomb

Unless the political progress in Tunisia is matched by economic advances, social tensions will continue to boil over.

Q&A: Tunisia's social time bomb

Politics

Tunisian city under curfew after unemployment rally

Police fire tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters in Kasserine, two days after unemployed man committed suicide.

Tunisian city under curfew after unemployment rally

In the Field

When Taliban offer you gold: Afghan youth in crisis?

Afghan job seekers, business leaders, and CEO Abdullah Abdullah give an insight into Afghanistan's grim job market.

Elections

Deadly clashes flare ahead of Guinea election

Tensions rise as opposition alleges vote-rigging ahead of Sunday's vote in the troubled West African nation.

Deadly clashes flare ahead of Guinea election

Business & Economy

China's powerhouse industrial belt falls by the wayside

Once-thriving northeast factories waylaid by '90s economic reforms as millions of former 'employees-for-life' laid off.

China's powerhouse industrial belt falls by the wayside

People & Power

The Tech Threat

Are advances in artificial intelligence, robotics and other technologies leading to fewer jobs and more inequality?

Migrants

Welcoming Croatia shunned by refugees

Amid high unemployment, the EU's newest member state saw a 58-percent decrease in asylum claims last year.

Welcoming Croatia shunned by refugees

Human Rights

Fear and distrust as victims regroup in South Africa

After deadly xenophobic violence, foreigners sheltering in camps outside Durban plot their next course.

Fear and distrust as victims regroup in South Africa