Youth Employment: what works

Youth Employment: what works: ILO

  • Programmes that guarantee young people will get a job, education or training have shown good results in a number of countries.
  • Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) can play a central role in preparing young people for work, provided the programmes reflect labour market needs.
  • Anticipating future skills needs is the first building block of strong training and skills strategies.
  • Wage subsidies and other financial incentives – such as temporary social security exemptions – for employers who recruit young people can help improve school-to-work transitions

 

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