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The crisis expels youth under 20 years of labor market



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Late 2012 in Spain the participation rate of young people under 20 years was 12,1%. In years 70 that rate was around 60%. Since then, every economic crisis has accelerated the delayed entry of young people into the labor market confirming a structural trend that alienates youth employment. In Europe there are countries that achieved high proportions of their youth work activity: Denmark and the Netherlands, and to a lesser extent the United Kingdom and Austria. In almost all countries the crisis has reduced the youth participation in the labor. We are facing a trend estructual. How sustainable is that young people reach adulthood without knowing the workplace? Can we learn from Denmark and the Netherlands a different relationship with the youth labor market?

Youth and employment

The 23 May 2013 participated in a debate on youth unemployment in the project with ponenncia TYEC “Academic training and integration in the labour market” . Seminar organized by the Foundation G. Brodolini y el Sindicato UIL (Italy), and CCOO (Spain).


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