- Hello, Dad, I'm Back! Dolliver, Mark // MediaWeek;5/17/2010, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p23
This article discusses the effects of the poor economy on today's 18-29-year-olds. Financial independence has disappeared for many who fall into this age category. A survey taken shows that nearly that 39 percent receive regular financial support from their parents or other relatives to help...
- Employment. // Youth Studies;May90, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p7
Discusses the unemployment rate for young people in Australia. New South Wales teenage unemployment figure; Aim of the Metropolitan South-West Careers Market in the Sydney outer-suburb of Liverpool; Reason why union membership is lower and declining faster among workers in the 15-24 age group...
- Youth on the margins. Sweet, Richard // IPA Review;1995, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p7
Looks at the increasing unemployment rate among the young people of Australia. Inability of young people to cope in the workplace; Margins of employment, education and training; Post-school instability as a factor; Other factors.
- A job program that works. // Business News New Jersey;5/29/96, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p24
Editorial. Comments on the potential of the Alliance for Successful Teen Employment Program (A-STEP) in solving the problem of unemployment facing New Jersey. Way to break the cycle of joblessness; Main shortcoming of the project; Benefits of an A-STEP type program for the employers.
- A monument to the chancellor. Smith, David // Management Today;Nov98, p27
Focuses on the British government's program called the New Deal which was designed to provide jobs or training places for people under 25 years of age who had been unemployed for more than six months. Problems encountered by the program; Need for reduction of cost of employing young people...
- DATA CHECK: RISE IN YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT. // Children & Young People Now;1/25/2011, p8
The article reports on the surge of unemployment rate for young people in Great Britain.
- 70% of young people know someone stuck in 'no experience, no job' cycle. // Plant & Works Engineering;Feb2013, Issue 370, p6
The article reports that 70% of young adults in Great Britain know people who have been frustrated by the cycle that has something to do with people without experience do not land a job.
- HANDICAPS OF YOUTHFUL JOB-SEEKERS. Brandon, Arthur L. // Education Digest;Feb1938, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p18
The article presents a reprint of the article "Handicaps of youthful job-seekers," by Arthur L. Brandon, which appeared in the January 1938 issue of "Occupations". In this article, the author discusses findings of a survey of employment in the United States. More than one-third of the unemployed...
- Why young people can't get the jobs they want and what can be done about it. Allen, Martin; Ainley, Patrick // Soundings (13626620);Summer2012, Issue 51, p54
This article focuses on the unemployment of young people worldwide. According to the International Labour Organisation, there are 75 million jobless youths or a global average of 12.7 per cent in 2010. The factors that lead to youth unemployment are discussed, including higher educational...