The latest issue of Social Agenda highlights the need for a new approach to employment, social and inclusion policy to promote youth employment: a combination of urgent, highly targeted measures supporting young people directly and of longer term structural reforms.
SOURCE: “Social Agenda No. 36 – Youth Employment”, CEDEFOP – European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Feb 2014
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