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UN labour body says $3.5T in wages lost due to pandemic | Money Talks

The International Labour Organization says hundreds of millions of jobs lost due to the coroanavirus pandemic amounted to a loss of $3.5 trillion worth of earnings for workers around the world. The United Nations agency's new study found that in the first nine months of the year, labour income fell 10.7 percent compared to the same period last year. The ILO says the most vulnerable workers are in developing economies, especially those in the informal sector. It's called the latest findings catastrophic, and gave a grim outlook for the fourth quarter. #ILO #Wages #Coronavirus

Working as welder on International Labour Day and Curfew | My Story

Working as welder on International Labour Day and Curfew | My Story

Workers around the world mark Labour Day | Money Talks

Workers around the world mark Labour Day | Money Talks

What's the story behind Labour Day?

What's the story behind Labour Day?

New York workers take extra precautions to keep virus at bay

New York workers take extra precautions to keep virus at bay

Biz in 60: UK inflation, Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard, Turkiye’s gaming industry

Biz in 60: UK inflation, Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard, Turkiye’s gaming industry

Asia-Pacific markets fall after overnight sell-off on Wall Street

Asia-Pacific markets fall after overnight sell-off on Wall Street

Biz in 60: UK unemployment, Activision sexual harassment probe, Wayve funding round

Biz in 60: UK unemployment, Activision sexual harassment probe, Wayve funding round

Brent futures in London climb above $87 a barrel, WTI tops $85

Brent futures in London climb above $87 a barrel, WTI tops $85

German economy grows 2.7% in 2021 as COVID-19 takes toll on output | Money Talks

German economy grows 2.7% in 2021 as COVID-19 takes toll on output | Money Talks

Biz in 60: Halkbank US prosecution, Credit Suisse chair resigns, 5G precautions

Biz in 60: Halkbank US prosecution, Credit Suisse chair resigns, 5G precautions

Chinese economy grows at slowest pace in 18 months in Q4

Chinese economy grows at slowest pace in 18 months in Q4

Extreme poverty drives some Afghans to sell their organs | Money Talks

Extreme poverty drives some Afghans to sell their organs | Money Talks

Protests in Lebanon erupt as falling currency pushes fuel prices higher | Money Talks

Protests in Lebanon erupt as falling currency pushes fuel prices higher | Money Talks

US inflation surges to 7% in December, highest since 1982 | Money Talks

US inflation surges to 7% in December, highest since 1982 | Money Talks

Turkiye launched first domestically produced intelligence ship | Money Talks

Turkiye launched first domestically produced intelligence ship | Money Talks

Biz in 60: Eurozone trade balance, VC investment boom, JPMorgan Q4 earnings

Biz in 60: Eurozone trade balance, VC investment boom, JPMorgan Q4 earnings

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