Unemployment in Europe - Team 1

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Unemployment in Europe - Team 1

  1. 1. Team 2
  2. 2. Is it easy or hard to find job in your country?  Sweden Easy  Lazy  Spain  They have to go to other countries, because in Spain it is difficult to find a job 
  3. 3. France  Difficul, without diploma  UK  Same as in France  Hungary  Hard  Work hard for less money  Germany  Difficult  Without diploma 
  4. 4.  Hungary Hard  Work hard for less money  Germany  Difficult  Without diploma 
  5. 5. What is/ should be done to create more jobs for young people? Sweden  Make lower taxes -> more money for work, less money for sitting home  Spain  Giving more money for work 
  6. 6. What is/ should be done to create more jobs for young people? • France • Bosses pay less for the employer it will be more jobs • UK • Apprenticeships • More training
  7. 7. What is/ should be done to create more jobs for young people? Hungary  People can find jobs as their qualification  Germany  In our country gives many different oppurunity to work 
  8. 8. What percentage of the age group 18-25 vote in general elections?   Sweden 79.5% in 2010   41% in 2012 Spain
  9. 9. France  34% is one out of three did not vote  UK  37% turned out to vote in 2005  Hungary  19% of the young Hungarians in 2010  Germany  40% in september 2013 
  10. 10. Heja Sverige, MAGYAROK IS

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