More than half the world's elderly lack access to long-term care, the International Labour Organization said in a report, condemning the "deplorable" situation facing a rapidly ageing population.
The Labour Party's new leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing a new dilemma in his rocky first days in the job -- whether or not to kneel before Queen Elizabeth II.
Kazakhstan is increasing the salary of teachers from January 1, 2016.
Vice Minister of National Economy Madina Abylkassymova reported an increase of qualified work force outflow from Kazakhstan at the Migration Process Tendencies and Social Aspects roundtable meeting.
New Zealand opposition leader David Cunliffe bowed to mounting pressure and quit.
Labour Party opposition leader Ed Miliband laid out his pitch to become Britain's next prime minister.
Kazakh Ministry of Labour named the regions most popular among internal migrants in Kazakhstan.
Repatriated Kazakhs will be able to get Kazakhstani citizenship in one year, which is a mile away from the current 7-year requirement.
Deputy Chairman of the JSC GNPF Accumulative Pension Fund Ruslan Erdenayev guaranteed the safety of the pension savings.
China's top legislative committee on Saturday formally abolished the country's "re-education through labour" camps and approved a loosening of its one-child policy, state media reported.
Three Chinese factories making Apple products impose excessive overtime and employ minors, a US-based advocacy group said, renewing scrutiny of labour practices by the US tech giant's suppliers.
Five years after the global financial crisis hit, unemployment numbers continue to soar, with a record 202 million people worldwide expected to be officially jobless this year.
US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke expressed deep worry over the US economy Friday and argued for fresh action to stimulate growth from the central bank.
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