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China labor security Blue Book: 2016 and 2017 global unemployment will continue to rise – Beijing in new Beijing on 23 September, (Wang Jing) report on the development of labor and social security issued 23 "China (2016)" ("labor security blue book", hereinafter referred to as the blue book) pointed out that the latest analysis shows that 2016 and 2017 global unemployment will continue to rise. On the same day, Chinese jointly organized by the Institute of labor and social security, social science literature press the blue book conference held in Beijing. The blue book for the first time since the release of attention since 2014. Blue paper pointed out that the weak global economy have a significant impact on the labor market. According to statistics, in 2015, the unemployment rate was 5.8%, the unemployed population of 197 million 100 thousand people, 700 thousand more than the previous year, an increase of about 27 million more than in 2007 before the financial crisis; unemployment in developed economies accounted for about 1/4 of the total global unemployment, the unemployment rate in developed countries, part of the decline, but in emerging economies, the unemployment rate has increased slightly. The latest forecast data show that in 2016 the global unemployment increased by about 2 million 300 thousand people, an increase of about 1 million 100 thousand people in 2017. Among them, the increase in the number of unemployed mainly in emerging economies. Blue paper pointed out that the future global unemployment will depend on the commodity exporters to cope with declining commodity prices caused by the problem of reduced income. From the perspective of the global quality of employment, the proportion of total employment in the world as a whole is rising, but the difference is great. In 2014, for example, in the developed economies and the European Union, per 10 workers in about 8 for payroll employment; in South Asia and sub Saharan Africa, only 2 per 10 workers in salaried employment, 75% workers for self-employed workers and unpaid family workers; half of the workers in Southeast Asia and East Asia 40% of the workers for self-employed workers and unpaid family workers. Social security, blue book pointed out that affected the economic recovery is weak, many OECD countries pension payment in the doldrums. From 2013 to 2015, about half of the OECD countries to take measures to increase the sustainability of the pension insurance financing. (end)