[Challenge:Future] Fight youth unemployment from the inside

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[Challenge:Future] Fight youth unemployment from the inside

  1. 1. C&DConstance MMDelphine VFranceSup’biotechMelissa Arriola FIGHT YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT FROM THE INSIDE
  2. 2. 2 Experience Youth unemployment rates 60% The average youth 50% unemployment rate in 40% France is above the 30% average in Europe.25% 20% Average youth 10% unemployment in 0% Europe = 23%
  3. 3. 3 ExperienceYouth unemployment in Franceis global : Higher education- Youth without higher 12% education are the most A-level, NVQ-Vocational affected 29% diploma and equivalents 59%- But in 2012 only 16% of Brevet, CEP and without graduates of prestigious diploma school sought employment. In 2013 this proportion almost Youth unemployment in France doubled and affected nearly one in three (28%) by studies
  4. 4. 4Discover Companies demand multidisciplinary Companies think employees that youth don’t = less employees have enough experience Economic crisis Youth  employment unemployment reduced : priority for experiencedHigh peoplecompetitivenessamong foreign EUstudents Solutions proposed by the government : “Future employment” : reserved for young people with a level of education below bachelor level
  5. 5. 5Solutions Block-Release Training Why ? • Acquire relevant experience • Be efficient immediately at the end of the curriculum How ? • Combine theoretical teaching and practical • Explain to youth what block-release training really is (from high school), and revaluate the image of this “default way”
  6. 6. 6Solutions A Better Way of Learning languages Why ? • Be able to apply to the international market • Become competitive with fluent foreigners in multinational companies on French territory How ? • Give priority to a total immersion in the target culture • Increase the number of language courses as soon as possible • Enlarge the spectrum of possible languages
  7. 7. 7Solutions Reduce the cost of work Why ? • Have a better competitiveness for French companies on the international market • Decrease the number of French factories exportation in countries where labor price is less expensive How ? • Reduce the rate of exchange • Government have to help companies by, for example, decreasing taxes for those who employed youth
  8. 8. 8Solutions Create training for employment Why ? • Companies want youth to be operational immediately • Usually, youth don’t know how to put their capacities ahead How ? • Create specialized training for the target job • Make special courses for youth to learn how to do a good resume and have a good interview
  9. 9. 9Solutions Creation of new posts Why ? • Because new needs have been created How ? • Help youth create their own business by lending them money or giving them personalized advices • Help to development Innovation by aiding Development and Research departments
  10. 10. 10Planned results : This project is a full time job. We think it will take a year to put it into place. We will need people with specific skills to help us for the realization of this project. Our group will be composed of youth and adults divided in different teams like: o Communication team: promote on social network and media  to create a buzz o Ambassador team for each idea of the project  to manage their field

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