April 1980 - Issue 086 - Employment crisis in the Third World
April 1980, Issue 086
Well-paid, productive work is the most basic of human needs. Yet it's denied to millions of people in rich and poor countries alike. Incomes of the poor majority in the Third World stagnate. Western nations, faced with global recession and job-displacing new technology, have abandoned all hope of full employment. We investigate this looming job crisis.
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