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Youth Unemployment

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  1. Tiina-Maarja Einla<br />Getter Schattschneider<br />Youth unemployment <br />
  2. EU unemployment rate <br /> Rise in 2008<br />Sharp increase<br />Young people(15-24)<br /> 5 000 000unemployed<br />
  3. Youth unemployment raterising faster than total unemployment rate<br />The largest rises inLatvia (11.0% 28.2%) Estonia(7.6% 24.1%)<br />Lithuania ( 9.5% 23.6%)<br />The smallest rises in Germany (10.2% 10.5%)Poland (17.8% 18.2%)<br />
  4. Total and youth unemployment rates (%)seasonally adjusted<br />
  5. Youth unemployment ratehigher than total rate in all Member States <br />The largest differences in<br />Italy(24.9% and 7.4%)<br />Spain (33.6% and 16.5%)<br />Sweden(24.2% and 7.7%)<br />The smallest differences in<br />Germany(10.5% and 7.4%)<br />the Netherlands (6.0% and 2.9%)<br />Denmark(8.9% and 4.7%)<br />
  6. Total and youth unemployment rates (%), Q1 2009seasonally adjusted<br />
  7. Young men affected more by rising unemployment than young women<br />Rates were equal: 14.6% for young men compared with 14.7% for young women<br />in 2009: 19.1% for young men compared with 17.4% for young women<br />

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