South Korea’s labour market can be characterized by job insecurity, income inequality, and labour relations fragmentation. To understand the current state of the market better, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Korea Office funded the research project “Working Korea 2022” of the Korea Labor & Society Institute (KLSI) in 2021. Five researchers shared a prognosis of and recommendations for the South Korean labour market.
Part One, A Diagnosis of Labor in South Korea, written by Kim Yoo Sun, a researcher at KLSI and visiting professor at the Graduate School of Labor Studies at Korea University, has now been translated into English.
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