Citations with the tag: YOUNG adults -- Employment
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- Silicon Valley youth employment opportunity Web site.
// Public Management (00333611); Apr98, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p26
Reports on the introduction of Youth@Work, a Web site offering employment assistance for young adults in San Jose and Santa Clara, California. Companies involved in the endeavor; Contact information.
- Postponed careers in Japan.
Sorohan, Erica Gordon // Training & Development; Sep94, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p12
Reports that the number of young people in Japan who are postponing full-time employment is increasing. Paradox of employment security in the country and temporary rejection of Japan's young population; Statistics; Probable reasons and causes; Remarks.
Sorohan, Erica Gordon // Youth Studies; Feb91, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p8
Presents a summary of the survey conducted by Confederation of Australian Industry showing a strong resistance to employing people under 21 years old which appeared in Sunday Herald, dated December 9, 1990 and Advertiser, dated December 11, 1990.
Clymo, Philippa // Youth Studies Australia; Summer1995, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p62
Presents an abstract on the study `Consolidating an Industry and Prolonging Dependency: Professionals, Policies and Young People,' published in the `Australian Journal of Social Issues,' dated 1995.
- Towards 2005.
Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Mar1996, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p9
Reports on employment prospects for young people in Australia based on the report `Australia's Workforce 2005: Jobs in the Future.' Effect of an aging population on the number of jobs available; Decline in the number of school leavers; Breakdown of employment growth projections by industries.
- Employment & training.
Headley, Susan // Youth Studies Australia; Mar1998, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p59
Presents an abstract entitled `Young People, Waged Work and Exploitation,' by R. White published in the `Journal of Australian Political Economy.'
Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Dec98, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p7
Presents information on the employment of young adults in Australia. Scarcity of jobs for teenagers; Number of unemployed young adults that will be forced to undergo training on literacy and numeracy; Threat of Group Training Australia, an organization that trains apprentices, to cut its number...
- 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...
- Entry-Level Jobs: First Rung on the Employment Ladder or Economic Dead End?
Lynch, Lisa M. // Journal of Labor Research; Summer93, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p249
Examines the characteristics of entry-level jobs of young workers in the 1980s with emphasis on how education and training influence the types of jobs held. Pattern of education and training for youths; On- and off-the-job training; Training, education, and wages; Training, education, and...
- Retail with a conscience.
Well, Jacobs // Challenge Newsline; Jan2009, Issue 613, p5
This article features a project known as Jacob Wells that provides work for young people in India.
- Tough times for young men.
Harris, Catherine // Canadian Banker; Mar/Apr99, Vol. 106 Issue 2, p37
Presents graphs and a chart on employment levels of young adults in Canada. Participation and employment rates for males; Trends in men's earnings; Industries where men work; Trends in women's earnings.
Harris, Catherine // 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...
- Young offenders and employment: A policy analysis.
Griffith, Julia // Youth Studies; Nov91, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p47
Explores the issue of young offenders and employment in Australia and provides an analysis of a State Government policy initiative the Employment Access Program. Issue of young offenders in relation to employment; Policy response to the issue; Objectives, premises and orientation of the policy;...
- Liberaldom's shining new man has at last arrived and nobody will give him a job.
Byfield, Ted // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 04/07/97, Vol. 24 Issue 17, p52
Opinion. Discusses the decline in the labor force participation rate of young Canadians. Statistics on young Canadians in the workforce; Belief that the cause of the decline is related to the New Social Order; The four conditions which make today's young people unique.
- Rolling into Mod Jobs.
Byfield, Ted // Occupational Outlook Quarterly; Spring95, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p26
Lists some of the usual type of employment of young people in the United States. Skating instructor; On-air host for a home-shopping television channel; Manager of a cardboard recycling business.
- Brighton to fund youth media jobs.
Byfield, Ted // Children & Young People Now; Apr2010 Youth Work Now Supplement, p5
The article reports on the investment for almost one million pounds to help young adults into employment as part of the Future Jobs Fund of the Brighton & Hove City Council in England.
- Offer young people real work opportunities.
MOSELEY, JOYCE // Children & Young People Now; Apr2010 Youth Work Now Supplement, p9
In this article, the author discusses the importance of offering young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) real work opportunities in Great Britain.
- A-Step to a job.
Hodes, Daniel // Business News New Jersey; 5/29/96, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p15
Reports on the employment of young people in the New Brunswick, New Jersey area through the Alliance for Successful Teen Employment Program (A-STEP). Training being offered by A-STEP; Participating entities in the program which includes Middlesex County College; Companies that have pledged jobs.
- A job program that works.
Hodes, Daniel // 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.
- 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 world of possibilities.
Budman, Matthew // Across the Board; Jul/Aug94, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p62
Presents advice on recruiting young people from the book `The Levinson Letter,' by Harry Levinson.
- Movers and slacker.
Miller, Berna // American Demographics; Jul97, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p31
Presents the attitudes of young American workers towards their work. Percentage of young adults staying with one company throughout their lives; Factors which influence most young workers to change their jobs.
- School-to-work opportunities: A positive path.
Flik, Rudiger J. // Nation's Restaurant News; 1/30/95, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p26
Opinion. Comments on the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994. Initiative for providing employment opportunities to young people; Blending of the basic content of college preparatory studies with vocational course work for the academic and vocational education as well as school- and...
- Hire a kid; you will be happy you did.
Katterjohn, Chris // Indianapolis Business Journal; 08/18/97, Vol. 18 Issue 22, p9
Describes the internship program for young people at the `Indianapolis Business Journal' in Indiana. Meaningful experience; Floating interns; Advantages for the interns; Advantages for the companies that they work for.
- Students, graduates, and dropouts in the labor market, October 1977.
Young, Anne McDougall // Monthly Labor Review; Jun78, Vol. 101 Issue 6, p44
Focuses on the improvement in the employment situation of workers 16 to 24 years of age in the U.S. during the year ended in October 1977. Decline of labor force participation rates among black students; Total number of unemployed youth.
- In Practice.
Marofsky, Myrna // Training & Development Journal; Jun90, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p9
Offers suggestions for training young adults. Concept of entertrainment; Short training programs; Use of video as a training tool; Characters of young employees.
- Career Development: A Lifespan Perspective (Introduction to the Special Section).
Vondracek, Fred W. // International Journal of Behavioral Development; Mar1998, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p1
- Terms of entitlement.
Kaye, Kenneth // Corporate Detroit; Mar1996, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p49
Analyzes the definition of the word entitlement in relation to the perceptions of young people. Analysis of entitlement in society; Comment about the extent of entitlement in a family owned business; Why children feel a sense of entitlement to their family; Benefits of conditional employment...
- YOUNG WORKERS: ARE THEY GETTING WORSE?
Kaye, Kenneth // Business Horizons; Oct78, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p41
BUSINESS HORIZONS this month enters the dispute raging nationwide over the alleged incompetence of new entrants into the work force. Do young employees really have poorer job skills and a what's-in-it-for-me attitude toward their employers, as some critics charge? Or are they not too different...
- Persistent consequences of initial discrimination: Young...
Elmslie, Bruce; Sedo, Stanley // Review of Black Political Economy; Spring96, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p97
Shows how discrimination in youth labor market can have lasting effects on job quality. Background information on the existence of discrimination in work area; Data used in the study; Findings and analysis of results; Conclusions.
- New Graduates Face Slim Job Prospects.
Quillin, Lan // Education Week; 5/19/2010, Vol. 29 Issue 32, p5
The article discusses the report "The Class of 2010: Economic Prospects for Young Adults in the Recession" from the Economic Policy Institute think tank.
- Why Johnny can't stay put.
Quillin, Lan // ABA Banking Journal; Nov83, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p30
Talks about the difficulty of hiring young people. Reasons people under-30s tend to be transients.
- The Kids Are Alright--Sort Of.
Quillin, Lan // Fortune; 6/25/2007, Vol. 155 Issue 12, p12
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the article "You Raised Them, Now Manage Them," in the May 28, 2007 issue.
Horgan, Sheena // Marketing (00253650); 6/29/2000, p74
Comments on the frequency of job changes experienced by young adults in Great Britain. Employer's increased difficulty in balancing competence and transience; Employees' gaining of a wide range of experiences; Improvement of creative ability of employees; Decline of management capability level.
- Young talent can be the stars of today as well as tomorrow.
Rudd, Charlie // Campaign (UK); 12/2/2011, Issue 48, p24
The article argues on the need of the advertising agencies to hire young people because of the fact that they could contribute to the agencies even at the start of their career.
- Do early unemployment and health status among young men and women affect their chances of later employment?
Hammarstr�m, Anne; Janlert, Urban // Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; Mar2000, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p10
Investigates the risk of future unemployment among young people experiencing early unemployment in Sweden. Examination of the influence of the risk on health status; Comparison of risk of people experiencing early unemployment with those in Youth Opportunities Programs; Influence of health...
- Proposals to protect young people at work.
Hammarstr�m, Anne; Janlert, Urban // Personnel Today; 6/25/2002, p4
Reports on the proposal of the British government to introduce a greater protection initiative for young people in the workplace.
- Pledge-A-Job honors businesses.
Vannierop, Deborah // Inside Tucson Business; 8/20/2001, Vol. 11 Issue 19
Reports the recognition of local business for supporting the Pledge-A-Job program of Kino Teen Center in Tucson, Arizona. Function of the program in matching youth with job openings pledged by employers; Comments of David Kovalik, owner of Tucson law firm, on the program; List of companies...
- A comparison of two generations: Employment and earnings...
Schrammel, Kurt // Occupational Outlook Quarterly; Winter96/97, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p23
Compares two generations of young adults in 1979 and 1994 based on their employment and earnings from the Current Population Survey. Percentage rate of young adult workers between 1979 and 1994; Effects of the industrial changes between 1979-1994; Projections of employment trend and labor force...
- Jobs conference.
Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Summer1995, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p8
Focuses on issues relating to the employment of young adults in Australia raised by Minister for Employment, Education and Training Simon Crean during the Jobs for Young Australians conference in Adelaide, South Australia. Changes to the Working Nation Program aimed at young jobseekers;...
- For poorer...
Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Mar1998, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p9
Focuses on an article published in the December 17, 1997 issue of the magazine `Sydney Morning Herald,' discussing the findings on the earnings of young people today compared to the young people 10 years ago. Increment on the number of young people who are living with their parents; Average pay...
- Incomes & expenditures.
Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Dec98, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p9
Reports the plan to abolish junior pay rates for young adults in Australia. Study conducted on how the abolition could affect the salary of adults and employment opportunities of young adults; Opposition of the Australian Chamber of Commerce to the abolition of the junior pay rates.
- Cities Scrambling To Maintain Summer-Jobs Programs.
Gehring, John // Education Week; 07/12/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 42, p12
Reports on United States cities' varying degrees of success in dealing with the Workforce Investment Act that eliminated federal funding for programs like summer-jobs for youths. Consolidation of funding for summer and year-round youth programs; Law's aim to encourage employment officials to...
- Making the 'Now' Generation More Work-Happy.
Gehring, John // Management Review; Feb73, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p36
Reports on how U.S. companies are making jobs more attractive to young people, according to Lawrence L. Steinmetz, professor of management at the University of Colorado. Examples of efforts to make younger employees more work-happy; Motivation; Evaluations of younger employees.
- For generation Xers, what counts isn't all work or all play.
Stauffer, David // Management Review; Dec97, Vol. 86 Issue 11, p7
States that Generation Xers don't have a self-concept that is tied to their work so their self-fulfillment comes only partly from the workplace. Importance of extratime and flextime as an incentives to Gen Xers; Difference between Gen Xers and the older generations; View of a Gen Xer's on work.
- Wanted: Young Manufacturing Hopefuls.
LePree, Joy // Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operation; Feb2001, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p23
Part I. Comments on the lack of interest by young people in pursuing careers in the manufacturing sector. Difficulty in recruiting high school and college graduates for positions in the manufacturing industry; Suggestions for attracting students to become interested in manufacturing jobs.
- MOST FARMING YOUNG PEOPLE WANT TO STAY ON THE LAND, BUT...
LePree, Joy // Farmers Weekly; 2/1/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 5, p5
States that young people are still interested in a career in farming. Factors that seems determined to wreck the farming industry; Reason young people want a career in farming; Complaints of young people.
- Firms can help these young people.
Mackinnon, Iain // People Management; 9/16/2010, p16
The author comments on the struggle of young people from workless households to find a job themselves.
- Young adults: a transitional group with changing labor force patterns.
Leon, Carol // Monthly Labor Review; May78, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p3
Provides insight on young adults of 1977 in the United States, a transitional group with changing labor force patterns. Economic and social challenges faced by young adults; Difference of young adults from their elders; Commitment to the labor force; Comparison of the full and part-time choices...
- SUMMER JOBS INCREASE AMONG THE YOUNG.
Leon, Carol // Monthly Labor Review; Nov73, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p61
Reports on the increase in summer jobs among the young in the U.S. Number of young people employed during the summer of 1973; Labor force participation rates; Drop in the unemployment rate for young persons.