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The globe will be celebrating International Workers' Day tomorrow, May 1, though the U.S. observes its official Labor Day in September.With emerging complexities all over the world, is Workers' Day a day of commemoration or a day of reflection on the unemployment status of a huge chunk of the world population?On Workers' Day it is worth mentioning that unemployment and underemployment constitute a major national threat that might lead to the destruction of the entire society. As unemployment isn't limited anymore to development or economic programs, a national task force should be created including international organizations, governmental institutions, the private sector, nongovernmental organizations, workers and most importantly youth to set priorities and programs to be implemented at the national level.
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