Youth Employment

To tackle youth unemployment we have to create the right kinds of jobs in the right places, through investments that are both economically and socially profitable

Anti-poverty targets will be missed unless future generations can find work

Development spending is in the spotlight in the US and Europe

Many degree-level graduates lack the skills employers require

Other countries look to copy a training model that keeps jobless rates low for the young

The nature of work is changing continuously, affecting people in both rich and poor countries

Only a minority enjoy the benefits and security of long-term employment

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New training schemes in the UK aim to remedy decades of prejudice

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