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Current Position of Young People in Visegrad Countries in Comparison with the European Union Average

Autor Zdeněk Vavrečka, Markéta Dolinová
Organisation Ostravská univerzita / Filozofická fakulta
Year 2016
Research type paper in Journal
Annotation After the recent economic crisis the situation of young people, not only in the European Union (EU) but worldwide, got worse and it is the still a very topical problem. Even though in last two years together accompanied by the positive economic growth the situation has improved the European Union still considers the issues concerning the young generation as one of its main priorities and forces its member states to carry out steps which would continue improving their situation. Unfortunately, it is not very successful. This article deals with the social and economic troubles which young people have to face nowadays. In particular, these problems are high rate of unemployment of both young men and women, low level of salaries, high risk of poverty and social exclusion. The aim of this paper is to outline the current position of young generation in Visegrad group countries and to compare it with the situation across the EU.
Keywords youth unemployment;minimum wage;poverty and social exclusion;public debt
Research type unrepeated research
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Obor AO Sociology, demography
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Research location Humanizacja pracy, 3/2016
Organisation Ostravská univerzita / Filozofická fakulta
Possible connection Youth Unemployment rate
Youth unemployment ratio (15-24) - %
Youth registred at Labour Office of the Czech Republic
Registry administrator Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
Operator Národní pedagogický institut ČR
In cooperation Czech Council of Children and Youth
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