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Action plan against youth unemployment across europe

Action plan against youth unemployment across europe

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Action plan against youth unemployment across europe

  1. 1. ACTION PLAN AGAINST YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT ACROSS EUROPE Lerousseau Thomas Malice Thomas
  2. 2.  Employment in Europe  Youth Employment Package  Youth Employment Initiative  Plans taken by …  Our solutions TABLE OF CONTENTS
  3. 3.  Youth Strategy (2010 – 2018) :  Youth guarantee  Youngsters need to have work in 4 months  EIB (European Investment Bank) is financing this incentive  Framework for Trainee Programs  Avoid :  Low learning abilities  Bad conditions  Bad payment  Alliance for apprenticeship  Simplify the transitions from school to work YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PAKAGE
  4. 4.  Youth Employment Initiative(2014 – 2020) :  Almost the same as Youth Employment Package  Youth on the move  Part of the European strategy  making education and training more relevant to young people's needs  encouraging them to study or train in another country  encouraging EU countries to take measures simplifying the transition from education to work YOUTH EMPLOYMENT INITIATIVE
  5. 5.  Portugal  Change legislation to make it easier to dismiss employees  « Impulso Jvem », gives incentives, makes internships possible and promotes entrepreneurship  Germany – Switzerland – Austria  Valued the alternation and learning program  Nordic countries  “Youth guarantee”  Young aged 18 to 24 years  Shouldn’t stay more than 6 months without training, internships or subsidized contract  Netherlands – U.K.  Culture of “odd jobs”  60% of 20-24 combine studies and work  Facilitated by the “young wage” progressive PLANS TAKEN BY …
  6. 6.  Improving the macroeconomic environment to imply a growth of salaried employment  Dual system : linking work based training and apprenticeship, and school based education.  Wage subsidies and reductions of taxes on hiring young people  Make secondary school mandatory not until eighteen years old, until students have at least a degree OUR SOLUTIONS
  7. 7.  Revalorise manual jobs  Older – younger program  Incentives for trainee programs OUR SOLUTIONS

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