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This past year more than 201 million people have been affected, which is 3.4 million more than in 2016. The analysis by the International Labour Organization (ILO) reported that this trend will continue.
It also highlighted that more than 1.4 billion employees are in vulnerable jobs, 780 million of which are residents in emerging and developing countries living in extreme or moderate poverty.
They also highlighted an annual growth of 11 million workers in vulnerable jobs, who have less chance of finding secure employment with regular pay and access to social security.
They are disregarded, stigmatised and made to feel like unwanted second-class citizens in a country that once seemed hopeful. Rarely praised and barley acknowledged. Why are those who contribute so much often neglected?