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  • 16-May-2024

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    Unemployment Rates, OECD - Updated: May 2024

    OECD unemployment rate stable at 4.9% but rising among women in March 2024

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  • 17-April-2024

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    Labour Market Situation, OECD - Updated: April 2024

    OECD employment rate remains at record high in the fourth quarter of 2023

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  • 14-March-2024

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    Unemployment Rates, OECD - Updated: March 2024

    OECD unemployment rate unchanged at 4.8% in January 2024

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  • 15-February-2024

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    Unemployment Rates, OECD - Updated: February 2024

    OECD unemployment rate unchanged at 4.8% in December 2023

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  • 18-January-2024

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    Labour Market Situation, OECD - Updated: January 2024

    OECD employment rate remains at record high in the third quarter of 2023

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  • 13-December-2023

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    Unemployment Rates, OECD - Updated: December 2023

    OECD unemployment rate broadly stable at 4.9% in October 2023

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  • 14-November-2023

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    Unemployment Rates, OECD - Updated: November 2023

    OECD unemployment rate unchanged at 4.8% in September 2023

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  • 12-October-2023

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    Labour Market Situation, OECD - Updated: October 2023

    OECD employment and labour force participation rates reach record highs in the second quarter of 2023

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  • 13-September-2023

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    Unemployment Rates, OECD - Updated: September 2023

    OECD unemployment rate remains below 5.0% in July 2023 for the 13th consecutive month

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  • 28-August-2023

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    The taxation of labour vs. capital income - A focus on high earners

    This working paper presents novel analysis comparing in a consistent way the tax treatment of labour and capital income across OECD countries, through stylised effective tax rates (ETRs). It shows that dividend income and capital gains are generally subject to lower ETRs than wage income at the personal level. In many countries, capital income is also tax-favoured even when considering taxes paid by both firms and individuals, although the gap between labour and capital income taxation tends to be smaller than when considering only personal-level taxes. The gap between ETRs on labour and capital income varies between countries and grows with income levels in some. The paper highlights that differential tax treatment of labour and capital income can affect the efficiency and equity of tax systems.
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