Slovakia -Success of youth employment plan disputed -December 02, 2013

Some observers question the sustainability of the jobs that are the result of a €70 million government plan for tackling youth unemployment. The government proudly presented that it had created 11,000 new jobs in less than a year and that the success of the projects will soon be reflected in jobless statistics, which should decrease by 7,000 among people younger than 29. But several analysts are less optimistic and note that the government youth employment stimulus projects are overpriced and ineffective.

English: http://spectator.sme.sk/articles/view/52231/3/youth_employment_stimulus ...

 

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