Whose New Deal
- National firms raise team spirit to offset local bias. Welch, Jilly // People Management;04/16/98, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p14
Discusses the major companies' involvement in the New Deal, a key to British government's welfare to work strategy that gives young people a chance to develop their potential, gain skills and experience and find work. Firms' move to design workable structures for the first batch of...
- EXISTING NATIONAL AND LOCAL PROGRAMS. // Congressional Digest;Dec63, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p293
Describes some of the programs and organizations which are concerned with youth employment or the related subject of school dropouts in the U.S. Manpower Development and Trainings; Industrial Cooperative Training Program; American Association of University Women; National Committee on...
- EMPLOYMENT OF SCHOOL AGE YOUTH OCTOBER 1973. // Monthly Labor Review;Oct74, Vol. 97 Issue 10, p66
Reports on the employment status of school age youth in the U.S. as of October 1973. Factors behind the increase in the number of out-of-school youth; Number of teenage students in the labor force; Implications on labor policy.
- Skills upgrade for New Deal. Meilton, David // Public Finance;01/14/2000, p11
Reports on Great Britain's launch of a ten-point revamp of its New Deal project, as part of an effort to reduce unemployment. Criticisms against the project; Reduction of long-term youth unemployment; Coverage of the revamped scheme; Development of outreach programs to promote youth employment.
- Chapter 5: Policies for youth employment: 5.1: Overview. // Global Employment Trends;Oct2015, p61
The article reports on policy options for investing in youth employment including employment and economic policies to boost job creation and improve access to finance, education and training to ease the school-to-work transition, and labor market policies aimed at potential young entrepreneurs.
- Chapter 5: Policies for youth employment: 5.2: Assigning priority to policies for job creation. // Global Employment Trends;Oct2015, p62
The article reports on the need for strategies to promote youth development to promote the mix and interaction of macroeconomic policies, labor and employment policies and interventions aimed at young people.
- Rural areas benefit from New Deal. // Community Care;6/13/2002, Issue 1426, p12
Reports on the findings of the Great Britain Economic and Social Research Council on the effectiveness of the New Deal program for youth unemployment. Placement of unemployed youth in rural and semi-rural areas; Suggestions for the improvement of the program.
- Iran becomes 9th lead country of the Youth Employment Network. // World of Work;Mar2004, Issue 50, p37
The article reports that in a move brokered by Iranian youth, Iran stepped forward as a lead country of the Youth Employment Network (YEN) in December 2003, to join Senegal, Namibia, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Hungary, Azerbaijan and Brazil, in action on youth employment. Iran has recently...
- Chapter 5: Policies for youth employment: 5.5: Summary of main implications for policies and strategies for decent jobs for youth. // Global Employment Trends;Oct2015, p72
The article presents the implications for policies and programmes to promote decent jobs for youth including labor market policies that target disadvantaged youth, the positive effect of public investment on youth employment, and the impact of labor market policies on youth employment.