Tackling Youth Unemployment.
By: Fashoyin, Tayo.
Contributor(s): Tiraboschi, Michele | Gunderson, Morley | Fazio, Francesca.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resource (431 p.).ISBN: 9781443857864.Subject(s): Europe -- European Union countries | Full employment policies | Youth -- Employment -- Government policyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Tackling Youth UnemploymentDDC classification: 331.137 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; LIST OF TABLES; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE; YOUNG WORKERS IN RECESSIONARY TIMES; LEGAL PROTECTION OF UNEMPLOYEDYOUNG PEOPLE IN EUROPE; BETTING ON TRAININGTO REDUCE UNEMPLOYMENT; THE RIGHT TO ORGANISE; THE LUMP OF LABOUR FALLACYAND YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT; SOCIAL DIALOGUE AND COLLECTIVEBARGAINING RESPONSES TO YOUTHUNEMPLOYMENT; CHAPTER TWO; SOCIAL PROTECTION AND YOUTHEMPLOYMENT IN SPAIN; CHALLENGES OF YOUTHEMPLOYMENT IN HUNGARY; TACKLING YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENTIN GEORGIA; THE QUEST FOR AN INCLUSIVE LABOURMARKET IN AFRICA
YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE SCHOOLTO-WORK TRANSITION IN AFRICATHE EMPLOYMENT SITUATIONOF YOUNG PEOPLE IN MEXICO; CHAPTER THREE; YOUTH AND APPRENTICESHIPS IN CANADA; HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENTIN SINGAPORE; THE MANAGERS OF TOMORROW; EDUCATION AND THE SCHOOL-TO-WORKTRANSITION; YOUTH SELF-EMPLOYMENTAND THE EMERGING SOFTWAREDEVELOPMENT INDUSTRYIN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA; EDUCATION AND TRANSITION TO WORK; CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX
Youth have always had higher unemployment rates - about twice or more than the average - as they are usually the last to be hired in an expansion and the first to be let go in a recession. In addition, young people engage in extensive job searching in their early years, and this can imply considerable job churning as both youth and employers look for a good match. This highlights the importance of facilitating the school-to-work transition and having early interventions to assist such youth b...
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