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Key Indicators of Labour Market (KILM)

Core indicators follow the International Labour Organisation (ILO)'s Key Indicators of Labour Market or KILM. The 17 key indicators from national labour market data which include measures of employment, variables relating to employment (such as status of employment), unemployment as well as labour productivity. These indicators have sub-categories reflecting socio-demographic characteristics (eg: gender, age group). These indicators maybe used to address the key questions relating to productive employment and decent work as well as to guide government policy for developing efficient labour markets.

1. ​Labour Force Participation Rate

2. Employment to Population Ratio​

3. ​Status in Employment

4. ​Employment by Sector

5. Employment by Occupation

6. Part-time Workers

7. Hours of Work

8. Employment in Informal
    Economy
9. Unemployment

10.Youth Unemployment

11. Long-term Unemployment
12.Time-related Underemployment
13.Inactivity
14. Education Attainment and               Illiteracy

15. Wages and Compensation Costs
16. Labour Productivity
17. Poverty, Income Distribution,      Employment by Economic Class