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Youth employment

Below you will find the reports elaborated in 5 countries including an overview of the young people employment situation at national level and identification of the most wanted jobs for young people; what professions can be followed without high qualifications or obtained in non-formal ways; jobs in which young people from disadvantaged groups (young people with disabilities, refugees) can have success.

Overview of the young people employment situation in Cyprus
 
Europe’s future depends on its YOUTH’. Yet, opportunities are limited while youth unemployment, marginalization and social exclusion are threatening Europe’s greater asset for the future: young people’s human and social capital.
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 Overview of the young people employment situation in Germany

Germany has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the EU. Youth Unemployment Rate in Germany decreased to 6.50 percent in January 2017 from 6.60 percent in December of 2016, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts’ expectations.
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 Overview of the young people employment situation in Italy
 
Italy’s overall unemployment rate stands at 11.5 percent, but for younger Italians that statistic is much higher; the most educated in the country’s history, Italy’s young adults are likely to find only temporary work or no work at all. For those between the ages of 15 and 24, unemployment in Italy is at 37.9 percent.
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 Overview of the young people employment situation in Romania

According to the National Institute of Statistics data, in December 2016, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 5.5%. The unemployment rate in December 2016 decreased by 0.2 percentage points compared to the previous month (5.7%).
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 Overview of the young people employment situation in Spain
 
Without considering age groups, in Spain in the period 2010-2015 the unemployment rate of men (16 and over) has risen by 1.2 points and that of women (16 and over) has risen 3.3 points. By age groups, the highest increase in unemployment rates has occurred in the young population (under 25 years).
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