Care work, both paid and unpaid, plays a central role in enabling all other work and economic productivity to happen. The care economy is also expected to be the fastest-growing sector of work in the world with predictions that it could add up to 150 million jobs by...
South Africa’s paid care economy contributes 13.8% towards total employment in the labour market and is largely undertaken by women – estimated at 84% in Graph 1 below. Historically, the care economy has been a neglected sector, however, recent attention has been...
The Presidential Employment Stimulus was established in October 2020 in response to the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and two years leater, it has reached the million-participant milestone. In it’s Febraury 2023 report, the...
Getting a first job provides work experience essential to improving future labour market outcomes. But once is a job, there is still a challenge of how to transition to occupations with better career prospects and earnings. Young people lack the ability to identify...
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