The LinkedIn-World Bank partnership offers data to help governments and researchers understand rapidly evolving labor markets with detailed and dynamic data. It allows leaders to benchmark and compare labor markets across the world; analyze skills, occupations, migration, and industries; and leverage real-time data to make policy changes.Visualizations for many of these data are available at linkedindata.worldbank.org
Catalogue lists all the data produced under the partnership contracts between the World Bank Group and the European Space Agency
The World Development Report 2021: Data for Better Lives explores the tremendous potential of the changing data landscape to improve the lives of poor people, while also acknowledging its potential to open back doors that can harm individuals, businesses, and societies. To address this tension between the helpful and harmful potential of data, this Report calls for a new social contract that enables the use and reuse of data to create economic and social value, ensures equitable access to that value, and fosters trust that data will not be misused in harmful ways. The data used in the WDR2021 are curated as a collection here.