The OECD statistical extracts are an excellent source of up to date hard data. The raw data can easily be downloaded graphed or trended.
For me, the data immediately highlighted the failure of the austerian politicians in Washington, London and Berlin. Too much austerity is directly correlated to youth unemployment, especially in Southern Europe.
- OECD wants safety nets for long-term unemployed beefed up (elpais.com)
- OECD jobs report reveals age gap (guardian.co.uk)
- OECD fears jobless threat to social fabric as Europe left behind (telegraph.co.uk)
- OECD: Unemployment Close to 28% for 2014 (greece.greekreporter.com)
- OECD: Bleak job outlook for eurozone (bbc.co.uk)
- OECD: Unemployment to stay high next year (miamiherald.com)
- OECD Unemployment Forecast Offers Little Improvement (247wallst.com)
- OECD Official: ‘Bold Action’ Required To Solve Youth Unemployment Crisis (huffingtonpost.com)
- OECD sounds alarm on growing emergency over youth unemployment (business.financialpost.com)
- Canada’s job protection rules among weakest in OECD (theglobeandmail.com)