Youth unemployment: Analysis and comparison of Austria, France, Germany, Portugal and Sweden
Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject Economics - Job market economics, grade: 1,7, Göteborg University, 23 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: With four to seventeen percent unemployment rates, unemployment has become one of the most discussed topics in Europe. With a continued decrease in the number of people hired each year, this problem gains a special importance for young people. In 2004, within the European Union, more than 18,6 % people under the age of 25 were without a job. This is why during the election campaigns in 2005, in Germany, according to the electors the party’s labour market policy was the most important subject for their decision. One reason for the long-lasting violent demonstrations in French suburbs last autumn was the inequitable chances for young people from these areas to get a job. Especially for young people, a hesitant and hard beginning in their professional life means a lack in their CV, which can become a big obstacle for later jobs and for their whole career. Furthermore, the first job is often seen as a way of finding identification. A bad start and several rejections can influence the motivation to work and the working performance of young people.
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2.2 Definition 5.1 Reasons 5.2 Main goals 5.3 Reforms 5.4 Reforms Appendix 1 Comparison Appendix 2 Development apprenticeship training positions areas Austria wants campaign companies comparison to January Conceptual overview contract Definition of Youth Deutschland Development of Youth different countries different reasons different reforms economical Educational Levels Emploi Emprego especially europa.eu.int European countries European Union February fight figures Formação Profissional France French suburbs Furthermore Germany goals to achieve graduated high level higher hiring implemented improve the performance improve the situation institutions labour market policy lack level of education level of youth long-perspective main objectives Methodology paper Pierre Portugal positivistic approach possibility practical work experience presented problem professional quantitative projection rate increased rate of young Reasons for youth reduce registered Retrieved school leaving seen slightly decreased Sweden Table of Contents tax reforms World Wide World Wide Web www.ams.se young employees Young French young unemployed Youth Unemployment Rate