Employment and Growth

How to drive economic growth and create jobs
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Managing talent in a digital age

– Online labor platforms make it easier to find—and harder to retain—talented people. They give companies a real opportunity to transform the way they recruit, develop, and engage their employees.

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The power of parity: Advancing women's equality in the United States

– Every state and city in the United States has the opportunity to further gender parity, which could add $4.3 trillion to the country’s... economy in 2025.
Article

What executives think about the economy: 2004 to now

– This continually updated interactive tracks how executives around the world have viewed economic conditions and the economic prospects... of their companies, and how those views have differed over time and across industries, regions, and types of company.
Survey

Economic Conditions Snapshot, December 2015: McKinsey Global Survey results

– Growing shares of executives say geopolitical instability is a risk to both global and domestic growth. At the same time, their... views on overall conditions have improved notably—but remain tempered on China’s prospects.
Report - McKinsey Global Institute

Moving Saudi Arabia’s economy beyond oil

– Saudi Arabia must realize the potential of its non-oil economy through a productivity-led transformation.
Interview

The gender-equality imperative

– McKinsey Global Institute director Jonathan Woetzel and MGI senior fellow Anu Madgavkar discuss the economic and ethical reasons... why gender equality is a worthy goal.
Report - McKinsey Global Institute

The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in India

– Achieving gender equality in India would have a larger economic impact there than in any other region in the world—$700... billion of added GDP in 2025—but comprehensive change is needed.
Survey

Economic Conditions Snapshot, September 2015: McKinsey Global Survey results

– Executives’ views deteriorate amid rising concerns over volatility and expectations for only modest growth in China.
Report - McKinsey Global Institute

South Africa’s bold priorities for inclusive growth

– Sluggish growth has left many pessimistic about the country’s economic outlook, but five actions could add 1.1 percent ($87 billion)... to annual GDP and create millions of jobs by 2030.
Article

Getting a better handle on currency risk

– When exchange rates are volatile, companies rush to stem potential losses. What risks should they hedge—and how?
Article

Pharma’s next challenge

– Emerging markets are becoming ever more important for pharma. Yet to be successful, a rapid shift from a marketing and sales focus... to an access-driven commercial model must occur.
Article

Pursuing the global opportunity in food and agribusiness

– Satisfying the world’s food needs opens the door to investment throughout the value chain.

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