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How can you find and live your calling?
The idea that work can be a calling is an old idea that is making a major resurgence in contemporary culture, not to mention within social science. "Calling" currently is a hot topic, specially fo... [Read More]
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How to find the work you really love!
Scott Dinsmore quit a job that made him pretty miserable, and spent the next four years wondering how to find work that was joyful and meaningful. He shares what he learned in this deceptively sim... [Read More]
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Trade Economics
Apart from current unemployment statistics per country, which is ranked by percentage, it also provide information regarding previous, highest and lowest unemployment statistics available. [Read More]
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Country Economy
The website provide country aggregated statistics for comparison purposes. Another nice feature is that it allows access to the details used to aggregate the statistic of a specific country. Apart fro... [Read More]
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The World Fact Book
Unemployment estimates of countries. Data and information updated by the CIA. [Read More]
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The Global Economy
Site which rank unemployment percentages per country. Information is updated using recent figures obtained from The World Bank. [Read More]
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World by Map
The "World by Map"-website provide world statistics by tables, maps and charts. The site cover various aspects and representations of available statistic. Quite informative when looking at available c... [Read More]
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Nyda
A private - government supported - initiative. Although not really geared to conduct online searches, there is a number of helpful resources that can be downloaded... specifically the 'Careers and Occ... [Read More]
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80,000 Hours
Quite a subjective driven website and not really useful for career and job research purposes. However, it contains some interesting points of view and ideas - although not well researched - which is s... [Read More]