Forty million jobs needed

Forty million jobs needed
By Byron Auguste, James Manyika, and Katrin Suder

More than 40 million people are unemployed in developed economies alone. Here we explore the underlying causes of the jobs crisis and some of the ways business and government can cooperate to create the millions of jobs that are needed.

About the author(s)

Byron Auguste is an alumnus of McKinsey’s Washington, DC, office; James Manyika is a director of the McKinsey Global Institute and a director in the San Francisco office; Katrin Suder is a director in the Berlin office.