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Recently released by the International Labour Organization, the World Employment Report 2001 "examines the impact of the new information and communication technologies on life at work at a time when the global employment situation still remains of considerable concern." Currently, only the overview and the statistical annex are available online. These resources are, however, both quite thorough treatments of the report. The overview touches on fourteen separate topics including the widening digital divide, the information economy's effect on the market, and the spatial distribution of employment. Each point is given several paragraphs in the overview. The statistical annex contains four large tables: Information technology indicators, Labour force participation rate, Employment to population ratio, and Unemployment rate.
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