From Education to Work A Difficult Transition for Young Adults with Low Levels of Education: A Difficult Transition for Young Adults with Low Levels of Education
This book presents the results of the project on Young Adults with Low Levels of Education, conducted jointly by the OECD and the Canadian Policy Research Networks. It examines the extent to which young men and women with low levels of education are marginalised, the role family background plays in making it possible to complete the recognised minimal level of education, and how immigrants overcome the cultural and language gaps to find employment.
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20-to-24-year-olds with upper adults with low Australia Austria Belgium Canada cent completed upper secondary Countries are ranked Czech Republic Denmark descending order education advantage education and born educational attainment 2002 educational credentials employment rate estimates below publication Experience advantage Figure Finland France gender Germany Greece higher Hungary immigrants indicates population estimates Ireland Italy labour market experience levels of education living with parents low levels low skilled occupations Luxembourg migrant NAIRU Netherlands non-participation non-students non-tertiary education 25-to-29-year-olds OECD INES-Network Percentage of 20-to-24-year-olds percentage points Poland Portugal post-secondary non-tertiary education proportion of young publication threshold small ranked in descending secondary education 25-to-29-year-olds secondary or post-secondary Slovak Republic Source Spain special YALLE data Sweden Switzerland Table tertiary education threshold small sample unemployed United Kingdom United States1 upper secondary education upper secondary school upper-tier services USA1 YALLE data collection YALLE group young adults young women