Unemployment in Europe - Team 2

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Unemployment in Europe - Team 2

  1. 1. Youth in Europe conclusions
  2. 2. Is it easy or hard for young people to find a job in your country? • Sweden: Yes because it is easy to get jobs in big cities, due to lots of job opportunities. The problem is finding an apartment. • Germany: Depends on your personality and qualifications. So overall fairly easy. • Spain: Easy for young people to find jobs related to tourism, however they need to have good language skills to be successful. • Hungary: Overall it is fairly easy but even if you have good qualyfications it is not a guarantee that you’ll get a job. • England: It is hard for young people to find a job, due to the fact that there are not many job opportunities for young people because the retirement age keeps increasing. • France: If you have too many diplomas you can’t find a job, if you don’t have enough diplomas you can’t find a job, you need work experience.
  3. 3. What should be done to create more jobs for young people? • Lower the retirement age. • Create more job opportunites suited to a younger age. • Make university more available. (England)
  4. 4. What percentage of the age group 1825 vote in the general elections • • • • • • Sweden: 79,5% Germany: 40% Hungary: 19% Spain: 41% France: 41% England: 37%
  5. 5. Thanks for the attention

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