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    OECD work on Youth

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    "Giving young people the skills and tools to find a job is not only good for their own prospects and self-esteem, it is also good for economic growth, social cohesion and widespread well-being. That’s why investing in youth must be a policy priority the world over."

    OECD Secretary-General
      


    ISSUES

    YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT

    More must be done to provide youth with the skills and help they need to get a better start in the labour market and progress in their career. Sharp increases in youth unemployment and underemployment have built upon long-standing structural obstacles that prevent many youth in both OECD countries and emerging economies from making a successful transition from school to work. 

    Key elements of the OECD Action Plan for Youth

    • Tackle the current youth unemployment crisis
    • Tackle weak aggregate demand and boost job creation
    • Provide adequate income support to unemployed youth until labour market conditions improve but subject to strict mutual obligations
    • Maintain, and where possible expand, cost-effective active labour market measures
    • Tackle demand-side barriers to the employment of low-skilled youth
    • Encourage employers to continue or expand quality apprenticeship and internship programme
    • Strengthen the long-term employment prospects of youth
    • Strengthen the education system and prepare all young people for the world of work
    • Strengthen the role and effectiveness of Vocational Education and Training
    • Assist the transition to the world of work
    • Reshape labour market policy and institutions to facilitate access to employment and tackle social exclusion

    Read more about The OECD Action Plan for Youth - Giving Youth a Better Start
      



    YOUTH AND SKILLS

     

    Fostering youth employability re-quires a comprehensive and forward-looking skill strategy; however efforts to achieve a better match between the skills youth acquire at school and those needed in the labour market may not per se be sufficient to improve labour market prospects for all youth.

    Read The OECD Skills Strategy
      



    YOUTH AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

     

    40% of youth indicate an interest in self-employment and governments have a substantial number of programmes in place to help them start businesses. And while youth entrepreneurship is unlikely to be a panacea for solving the youth unemployment problem, it can be a part of the response.


    To maximise effectiveness and efficiency, policy should target resources on young people with the best chance of success, provide sufficient support to allow them to start businesses outside of low entry barrier but high competition sectors, and provide integrated packages of complementary support rather than one-shot instruments.

    Read a Policy brief on Youth Entrepreneurship
      



    YOUTH AND FINANCIAL EDUCATION

     

    Financial literacy is a core life skill for participating in modern society. Children are growing up in an increasingly complex world where they will eventually need to take charge of their own financial future.

    National surveys show that young adults have amongst the lowest levels of financial literacy. This is reflected by their general inability to choose the right financial products and often a lack of interest in undertaking sound financial planning. Even from an early age, children need to develop the skills to help choose between different career and education options and manage any discretionary funds they may have, whether from allowances or part time jobs. 

    Read about our work on Financial education in schools



    YOUTH ENGAGEMENT AND EMPOWERMENT

     

    Results have shown that in 17 out of 30 OECD countries, young people express less trust in governments than the 50+ generation. While youth participation through the official channels appear to be on the decline, young people often lead initiatives to address the global challenges of our times, including climate change and raising inequalities. These challenges have raised questions about inter-generational justice and the future young people will be faced with.

    How can governments and public administrations deliver better policies and services for young people and acknowledge new forms of youth participation?

    The OECD identifies five public governance pillars for policy makers to act upon youth’s concerns:

    1. Whole-of-government approach to youth policy
    2. Institutional capacities and coordination
    3. Youth mainstreaming
    4. Youth engagement in public life and representation in state institutions
    5. Legal frameworks and age restrictions

    Read about our work on Youth engagement and empowerment


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    DATA


    About 40 million young people in OECD countries, equivalent to 15% of youth aged 15 to 29, are not in education, employment or training, so-called NEETs. Two-thirds of them are not even looking for work. While up to 40% of all youth experience a period of inactivity or unemployment over a four year period, for half of them this period will last a year or more and may lead to discouragement and exclusion.


    Almost 1 in 10 jobs held by workers under 30 were destroyed during the crisis. In Spain, Greece and Ireland, the number of employed youth halved between 2007 and 2014. Across the OECD, despite the recovery, the youth employment rate has stagnated since 2010 and today is still below pre-crisis levels.


    The high number of NEETs also represents a major economic cost, estimated at between USD 360 billion and USD 605 billion, equivalent to between 0.9% and 1.5% of OECD GDP.

     

     

    KEY PUBLICATIONS


    Youth Aspirations and the Reality of Jobs in Developing Countries: Mind the Gap

    Evidence-based Policy Making for Youth Well-being: A Toolkit

    Unlocking the Potential of Youth Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries

    OECD Skills Outlook  

    Society at a Glance  

    Youth in the MENA Region - How to Bring Them In  

    Off to a good start? Jobs for Youth  

    OECD Action Plan for Youth  

    OECD Skills Strategy  

    Education at a Glance 

    OECD Reviews of Vocational Education and Training 

    Equal Opportunities? The Labour Market Integration of the Children of Immigrants 

    Untapped Skills - Realising the Potential of Immigrant Students  

    Same Same but Different: School-to-work Transitions in Emerging and Advanced Economies  

    NEET Youth in the Aftermath of the Crisis: Challenges and Policies 

    Financial Education for Youth: The Role of Schools 

    OECD Investing in Youth series
    Australia l Brazil l Japan l Latvia l Lithuania l Norway l SwedenTunisia


    OECD Youth Well-being Policy Reviews
    Cambodia l Côte d’Ivoire (in French)
    El Salvador (in Spanish) l Malawi l Peru
    (in Spanish) l Togo (in French) l Viet Nam

     

    RECOMMENDED LINKS


    OECD work on employment

    OECD work on skills

    OECD work on education

    OECD work on financial education in schools  

    OECD work on youth inclusion in the MENA region  

    EU-OECD Youth Inclusion Project 

    Local Strategies for Youth Employment 




    YOUTH VOICES FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK

    Do young people feel ready for the future of work? WorldSkills and the OECD have joined forces to better understand the attitudes of young people when it comes to future technologies, their perceptions about how technological change will impact their work opportunities, and whether they feel if they are getting enough support from schools to prepare them for the future.  

    Find out more here

     

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