Labour Market Policy

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Labour Market Policy - (noun)


These are government policies that aim to help the unemployed find work in the labour market.


Source: Adapted from Wikipedia
Example of Use: The European Employment Strategy is an example of a labour market policy. It aims to promote active aging, gender equality, and the integration in the labour market of young people, older workers, people with disabilities, migrants, low-skilled and other vulnerable groups.