Overcoming the youth employment crisis: strategies from around the globe

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Author: Randolph, Gregory


This report examines what some governments, companies, and civil society groups are currently doing to improve youth employment outcomes, and with what effect. The strategies presented here are diverse; they are being tested in different geographies, with different youth populations, and seek to tackle different supply- and demand-side issues in the labor market. For this reason, the authors of this report do not propose that any one solution will work everywhere. Instead, the aim is to illustrate the range of different interventions that have the potential to help young people lead more...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Employment; Policy; Apprenticeship; Equity

Keywords: Unemployment; Promotion of employment; Employment security; Quality of working life; Policy analysis; Youth at risk; Youth transitions; Transition from education and training to employment; Entry into working life; Workers education; Human rights

Geographic subjects: Indonesia; Egypt; South Africa; Germany; Brazil; United States; India; Africa; Asia; South America; North America; Europe

Published: Washington, District of Columbia: JustJobs Network, Center for American Progress, 2014

Physical description: 129 p.

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Related items: TD/TNC 118.1262

Statement of responsibility: Edited by Gregory Randolph

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 118.1468

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