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Labour Market Intelligence: Do We Need It?

Apprenticeships and the provision of workplace training can help both young people and the unemployed

Dora Paschalidou on

Could ‘business clusters’ save the European economy?

Could ‘business clusters’ save the European economy?

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Infographic: Unemployment  rates in Europe

Infographic: Unemployment rates in Europe

With the EU average at 10.8%, the graphic clearly demonstrates which countries are most affected by the unemployment crisis. In the top left of the graph, Greece, Spain and Croatia …

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European Youth Report 2015

Infographic: European Youth Report 2015

The one-third of the most educated generation in Europe is at the risk of poverty

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This infographic about youth unemployment has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Youth Unemployment in Europe

Spain is the European country with the worst youth unemployment rate

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A voice in Europe

A voice in Europe

European Wide-Unemployment Insurance

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Youth Unemployment in European Union

Infographic: Youth Unemployment in Europe

World is facing many challenges but one of the most critical ones is youth unemployment. An unemployed person is someone who does not have a job but is actively seeking…

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Unemployment is spread unevenly throughout Europe

Infographic: Unemployment in Europe

The European Union is experiencing an Unemployment Crisis

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The Evolution of the Workforce in Europe

The Future of the European Labour Market

A glimpse into the career world of tomorrow

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The question every job seeker faces

How to Benefit from Being Unemployed

Make the most of your job search

Lilit Mkrtchyan on

Meet the Somalis helps Europeans understand the difficulties of refugees coming to Europe.

At Home in Europe: Immigrants' Lifes in a Comic Book

"Meet the Somalis" introduces real-life stories of Somali immigrants in Europe

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Jobs are at risk in all European countries due to technological advances.

Infographic: Machines instead of People at the Enterprises

Will the computerisation of the enterprises lead to unemployment growth?

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Brain drain refers to the migration of highly trained professionals, including scientists, researchers, nurses, doctors etc.

The Brain Drain Phenomenon within the European Union

Brain drain is increasingly a matter of concern within the European Union, as more and more highly skilled people migrate from the South and East to the North and West of the continent.

Dr. Loredana Patrutiu-Baltes on

The European Interns' Day will take place on 18th July at Place du Lux in Brussels.

Interns Out There: Now Is the Time!

"4.5 million take an internship per year, out of which 59% are unpaid, 40% are without a contract and 30% are internships that do not provide any learning content"

Virág Gulyás on

Youth unemployment in Europe

Infographic: the growth of youth unemployment in Europe (1990-2013)

Within the last 23 years Europe has faced a visible rise of youth unemployment.

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Infographic: Europe, are you working?

Infographic: Europe, are you working?

Recent EU's unemployment statistic

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Youth Unemployment is perhaps the biggest issue facing Europe. It is costing an estimated 153 Billion Euro every year and it is creating a 'Lost Generation'.

Can the 'Lost Generation' save the 'Lost Generation'?

An analysis on whether the youth itself, along with the "Youth Unemployment Agenda", can feasibly reduce unemployment across Europe.

Dina Rokic on

More Europeans live with their parents

More Europeans live with their parents

Half of Europe’s youths live with their parents, making inequality deep-rooted.

Hallvard Barbogen on

Seeking an exit to unemployment

Seeking an exit to unemployment

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'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

Buying European products has many benefits to creating jobs, stimulating growth, saving the environment and protecting consumers.

Ivan Botoucharov on

To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 2.

To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 2.

You may remember Virag's first message to all interns and young job-seekers. Two weeks later, here are some more tips on how not to get discouraged.

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To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 1.

To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 1.

Nowadays it is not easy to find a job even after having interships. Indeed, it is not even easy to find a proper internship.

Virág Gulyás on

8 Billion Against the Lost Generation

8 Billion Against the Lost Generation

The election campaigning in Germany is about to start - it is hard to say how serious the German government really is about the measures.

Jan Ottrand on

#Infographic: EU Youth Unemployment

#Infographic: EU Youth Unemployment

Massive Youth Unemployment has been devastating our continent for years (many say since before the Eurocrisis), creating an economic catastrophe and at the same time a lost generation.

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Restoring Broken Faith in Europe

Restoring Broken Faith in Europe

In Europe there is an increasing dissatisfaction about the current situation within the nation states. A solution should be found.

Aisling Twomey on

What triggered the rise in European unemployment?

What triggered the rise in European unemployment?

Youth unemployment rose sharply in 2008. What was the reason?

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Young graduates across Europe face difficulties finding a job that fits their skills - if they find a job at all.

Four cornerstones to battle youth unemployment

The idea of a Youth Guarantee is becoming more popular across Europe: Sweden and Finland have already gone ahead.

Ana Maria Ducuta on

The economic crisis hit especially the European youth: According to Eurostat, every fourth between the age of 15 and 24 is unemployed.

A more efficient approach for job creation in the European Union

The concept of "flexicurity" could help to dimish unemployment across the EU in the long term.

Dr. Eva Peña on

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“Lighting of the fire” – Fighting Youth Unemployment

“Lighting of the fire” - Will Everyone under 25 will be unemployed for a period of maximum four months soon?

Casper Ravnsted-Larsen on

“It is clearly unacceptable that 25 million Europeans are out of work,” Jonathan Todd of the E.U. Commission told a news briefing on October 1, 2012.

Structural Unemployment in the E.U. and U.S.: Industrial Policy as a Competitive Advantage

Unemployment compensation should be federalized, meaning that the E.U. Commission should be responsible for collecting revenue, and paying out unemployment compensation.

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