A kisegítő lehetőségek eszközei
A szolgáltatás eszközei
The main reason for Europe’s continuing jobs crisis has been and continues to be weak macroeconomic performance, and in particular less effective fiscal and monetary responses to the financial and economic crisis than we could observe in the US and Japan.
Implementation of the Youth Guarantee is well on track and is already bringing results. Compared to other structural reforms in Europe, the Youth Guarantee is probably the most rapidly implemented.
Europe today is experiencing an economic recovery, but to make this recovery sustainable, inclusive and job-rich, we need active and effective public employment policies.
I deeply regret the significant job losses announced by Microsoft today because of the impact these will have on so many individuals, their families and the local communities they live and work in.
The Youth Employment Initiative together with the Youth Guarantee should be a reality on the ground as a matter of urgency. We cannot afford to delay the implementation of such a crucial initiative.
Helping young people find a job must be among our top priorities, along with tackling the risk of poverty among the most vulnerable, such as older people, especially women, single-person households and the unemployed.
This initiative is not only important because of its long-term environmental impact but also because of its potential for assisting the economic recovery of the European Union.
I would argue that EU institutions have an obligation to counter false claims about cross-country mobility in Europe and to explain the advantages of mobility even to sceptical audiences. At a time when chauvinism is gaining strength across Europe, it is particularly important that the EU institutions play their role.
The fight against youth unemployment is still to be won. It has to be a collective effort that involves the young women and men concerned, the business community, the social partners, the regions and the Member States.
Sharing short-term fiscal risks in a monetary union is what I would consider a proper social contract.