Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Youth Unemployment

Pretty hectic stats.
Glad I'm not in Spain!

9 comments:

  1. I wonder what is causing these types of trends. Ages 15-24 unemployed. I remember having my job when I was 16. Certainly there has to be an underlying problem. Spain is a beautiful country, I would like to visit.

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  2. So did it stay exactly the same in Turkey...?

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  3. Wow. I too can only wonder what's going on there.

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  4. Depressing, but I think the graph didn't take into account certain factors. Take Croatia as an example, It's mostly a coastal country most of it's income comes from summer tourism. Unemployment there drops during the summer vacation season by 25 to even 40 percent. I think some of the countries on this graph have the same situation.

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  5. Well, who would you hire? An older person with work history or some punk kid?

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  6. Awesome post! Keep up the great blog work!

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  7. Not everyone in this age group are "punks" Allen! A youth having a job teaches responsibility and builds morale.

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  8. These kids need jobs! Followed! alphabetalife.blogspot.com

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  9. Most youth are students, am I right?
    +followed

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