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Youth unemployment and vocational training in the European Community

Youth unemployment and vocational training in the European Community

contributiuons and documents presented to the 1st consultative conference at Zandvoort/NL, 13-15 December 1976.

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Published by European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training in Berlin .
Written in English


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ContributionsEuropean Centre for the Development of Vocational Training.
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  The vocational education system, together with more flexible wage setting, and stronger public support for helping the unemployed to seek and find jobs, as well as lower labour market segmentation explain in part why the youth unemployment rate is lower in Germany than in France. Many young trainees simply remain employed in the company where they received training. Flexibility plus security. In Italy, where youth unemployment is currently over 40%, termination procedures are often drawn out for many years due to outdated termination protection – and similar problems exist in France or Spain.

CEDEFOP () Youth unemployment and vocational training: transition from school to work. Summary of results of a CEDEFOP conference, Berlin, 11–12 November European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training Google ScholarCited by: 1.   Rising Youth Unemployment. The rise in youth unemployment is one of the most notable consequences of the European economic crisis. In the first quarter of , according to Eurostat, seven EU members (Ireland, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Portugal, Italy and Slovakia) had youth unemployment rates above 30 percent in the age range, with Spain and Portugal seeing rates above 50 percent.

This study is designed to examine vocational and technical education among youth unemployment, mostly graduates in Nigeria as well as the causes and implications. Youths are very important stakeholder in any society. They are not only the future hope of Nigeria, but also a major stakeholder and very useful resource in nation building.   Chapter 1 covers population, including current population figures, regional distribution, migration, population projections, employment and unemployment, youth unemployment, and school leavers and the labor market. Chapter 2 covers the economy of Ireland, and Chapter 3 discusses initial education and vocational training.


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Youth unemployment and vocational training in the European Community Download PDF EPUB FB2

Growing Awareness of the Problem, Sincethe Management Board of the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) has given top priority to the problem of youth unemployment when adopting CEDEFOP work : B.

Sellin. Youth unemployment has become a severe economic and societal problem in many European countries. Based on the existing empirical evidence on different policy options, this chapter draws lessons for future policymaking in order to effectively promote youth employment in by: Youth Unemployment and Vocational Training.

This paper focuses on the determinants of the labor market situation of young people in developed countries and the developing world, with a special emphasis on the role of vocational training and education policies. Cited by:   Youth Unemployment and Vocational Training Youth Unemployment and Vocation Training focuses on the creation of good jobs for the young.

The first part reviews the main factors influencing youth unemployment and the transition into the work force, bringing together evidence on demographic issues, economic growth and their interaction with by: Although active labor market programs, especially vocational training, have been often advocated as a means to alleviate the problem of youth unemployment in Europe (Chung et al., ;Eichhorst.

Downloadable. This paper focuses on the determinants of the labor market situation of young people in developed countries and the developing world, with a particular emphasis on the role of vocational training and education policies. We highlight the role of demographic factors, economic growth and labor market institutions in explaining young people's transition into work.

ing youth and institutional aspects of the labor market. Spain exhibits a deeply polarized educational structure with a very high early school leaving rate.

on the one hand (around 30%) and one of the largest shares of university graduates in Europe at. about. 3 Explaining youth unemployment 1. The labor market situation of young people is influenced by demographic factors, in particular cohort size and labor demand in the economy.

Youth unemployment and vocational training WDR background paper 8 March ABSTRACT This report provides an overview of the labor market situation of young people in major world regions covering both OECD and EU countries as well as the developing world.

The paper high‐. As the EU struggles to come to grips with crippling unemployment rates among its youth, perhaps vocational training could be the answer, argues Brando Benifei.

As the EU struggles to come to grips with crippling unemployment rates among its youth, perhaps vocational training could be the answer, argues Brando Benifei.

This multi-authored book concentrates on how vocational education can help alleviate youth unemployment. Swanson reviews the role of vocational education in the nation's employment and training programs. He discusses education and training legislation, changes in legislative and program emphasis, and the national commitment to institution-based by: 2.

Maja Lamza-Maronić x Ivana Ivančić x Mira Majstorović THE ROLE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE YOUTH EMPLOYABILITY Maja Lamza-Maronić, Ph.D.

1, Ivana Ivančić, 2, Mira Majstorović, 3 1Faculty of Economics in Osijek, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Republic of Croatia, [email protected] 2Economic and trade school Ivan Domac.

We highlight the role of demographic factors, economic growth and labor market institutions in explaining young people‘s transition into work. We then assess differences in the setup and functioning of the vocational education and training policies in major world regions, as an important driver of differential labor market situation of by: Since the Management Board of the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training has given top priority to the problem of youth unemployment.

Analysis of the employment and training situation among young people showed the emergence of structural deficiencies in vocational training and employment opportunities and the importance of developing an integrated education, training Author: Burkart Selkin.

forms of vocational education and training, either at schools, on the job or combining both elements in a “dual apprenticeship” are nec-essary preconditions for the employability and productivity of young people.

Vocational education and training is a crucial element, given that it can link young people’s competences with employers’ needs. An obvious and well-established measure for understanding the effectiveness of institutions facilitating young people’s transitions into work are youth unemployment rates, which relate unemployed jobseekers of a particular age range to this age group’s total labour force, that is, people either working or looking for a top panel of Figure 1 shows this indicator for year olds.

Population growth also contributes to youth unemployment as do changing attitudes towards work among women. Both factors dramatically affect the supply of labor. In most Western countries, the official view is still that youth unemployment is due largely to lack of education and training Cited by: 5.

on Youth Unemployment in Light of Political Events. Table Janusz Łyko. Percentage of Students aged 19 to 24 years old in Poland between and The Reform of the Education System in Poland: The Impact on Youth Unemployment in Light of Political Events.

Table Janusz Łyko. Unemployment Rates by Age. The Reform of theFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. Youth unemployment and vocational training: the material and social standing of young people during transition from school to working life: synthesis report. [Volker Köditz; European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training.].

This delivers more clout to all vocational training schools and institutions as the core of the institutional dynamics needed to undermine youth unemployment in Nigeria. We highlight the role of demographic factors, economic growth and labor market institutions in explaining young people's transition into work.

We then assess differences in the setup and functioning of the vocational education and training policies in major world regions, as an important driver of differential labor market situation of youth.

Vocational education tends to result in a faster transition into the workplace, and countries that have it at the core of the curriculum – such as Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the.Books and documents mentioned in this Bulletin may be obtained from libraries or publishers.

The Vocational Training Bulletin is produced by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training with the collaboration of the British Associ­ ation for Commercial and Industrial Education (BACIE), London.