Country, industry, and occupational coverage
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the UAE, the UK, and the US.
Business Process Outsourcing Services (BPOS); Construction; Education; Financial Services; Healthcare; Information, Communications, and Technology (ICT); Manufacturing; Media, Entertainment, and Arts (MEA); Mining; Power Generation; Professional Services; Public Administration; Real Estate; Transportation; Hotels and Catering; Water; Wholesale/Retail; and Other Services.
Administrators; Craft; Customer Service; Executives and Managers; Plant Operators; Professions; Skilled Agricultural; and Technical.
Talent series provided for each country, sector, and occupation
Supply and demand for labour
Demand for labour, all education levels; demand for labour, college-educated; demand for labour, high school-educated; supply of labour, all education levels; supply of labour, college-educated; supply of labour, high school-educated.
College- and high school-educated workforce trend series
Demand for college-educated workers and a breakdown of the drivers for that demand (including economic growth, occupation-driven shifts, and industry-driven shifts); supply of college-educated workers and a breakdown of the drivers for that supply (including demographics, workforce-participation rates, education, and net migration).
Demand for talent
Demand for college-educated executives and managers, professions, and technical workers by industry.
Supply of talent
Balance of supply and demand for talent expressed as an average annual growth rate.
Growth decomposition of talent balance
Talent demand, contribution to growth from economic growth; talent demand, contribution to growth from, with sector shifts; talent demand, contribution to growth from, between sector shifts; talent supply, contribution to growth from demographics, activity; talent supply, contribution to growth from education; talent supply, contribution to growth from net migration.
Current and forecast data on a full range of key socioeconomic, macroeconomic and employment indicators
Includes employment, population, working-age population, labor-force participation rate, unemployment rate, GDP; imports of goods and services, exports of goods and services, unemployment, productivity, costs, and wages; population trends by age group and gender, growth, and urban and rural density,private consumption, investment; personal disposable income, consumer price index.