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Joint Employment Report 2017


Autor institucional : Comisión Europea
Autor/Autores: Comisión Europea
Fecha de publicación: Marzo 2017
Alcance geográfico: Regional
Publicado en: Bélgica
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Resumen: The Joint Employment Report (JER) highlights how Member States accelerated their reform efforts to improve the situation of young people in 2015 and 2016, in particular by improving school to work transitions. Among these, the Youth Guarantee has been a key driver, promoting effective action by Member States, improving coordination among different actors, breaking down silos and building partnerships across policy areas, and facilitating structural reform and innovation in policy design. Ten million young people have benefited from the Youth Guarantee so far. Also, the youth unemployment rate and the rate of young people neither in employment, education or training (NEET), as part of the Scoreboard, show a continued decline since 2014. However, for some Member States, unemployment and NEET rates are still very high.



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