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As part of your research, you will need to describe your country's labor market, in four distinct areas: history, culture, demographics and economy. The following websites will give you background information on your country in these areas.
The Department of State publishes the Country Background Notes, while the CIA publishes the World Factbook. Both contain authoritative statistical information on the countries you are researching.
International Information Sources for Country Labor Markets
The results of the following major statistical surveys are covered by this section:
*EU Labour Force Survey
*Structure of Earnings Survey
*Labour Cost Survey
Other labour market data such as on job vacancies, gross and net earnings, minimum wages, labour market policies and labour disputes are gathered through a variety of other data collections, either sample based or taken from administrative sources.
Current information on each country worldwide, as well as other places, with links to New York Times articles, worldwide new sources, and suggested authoritative websites. NOTE: type your country name in the search box - the Times Topics page for your country will be the first item in the result list (i.e. Times Topics: Nigeria)