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Free and open access to labour statistics

Summary tables

1-click access to pre-defined Excel tables for selected indicators (or click on the viewer to customize the table)
SDG labour market indicators
ILO modelled estimates
Other popular tables

Like working in Excel?

Download the ILOSTAT Add-in for Microsoft Excel, which adds a toolbar in Excel for quick access to ILOSTAT tables. With a single click you can download tables for key indicators and country profiles or you can browse by subject without visiting our website (internet connection required). Latest version: 2.0.0.10

ILOSTAT Excel Add-In

Browse by subject

Select a subject and then an indicator to customize your table

If you already know which indicators you’re interested in downloading or need large amounts of data, use the Bulk download facility.

Data tools

Access ILOSTAT data through one of our tools online or through a web service
Country Profiles

Access key decent work indicators by country 

Bulk download facility

CSV files for heavy data users (includes additional cross-tabulations for researchers)

Rilostat

Search, download and manipulate ILOSTAT data using our R package

WESO Data Finder

Create charts and download ILO modelled estimates underlying the WESO report

SDMX Query Builder

Build queries using our web service based on the Standard Data and Metadata eXchange