Norway - Youth inclusion on the labour market - February 28, 2018

In a comment, attention is paid to the fact that more and more people fall outside of the labour market. Some because of ill health; others because of high competency demands or tough job competition; many despite of their desire to participate. It is particularly worrying that an increasing number of young people struggle with finishing their education and finding work. Young people with complex experiences need support in the workplace. In order for work placement to be successful for this group, the author favours well-functioning support services which make sure youngsters get ‘place and train’ and not ‘place and pray’.

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