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With the alarming youth unemployment rate across the European Union, the European Commission has made the youth employment a priority. By improving the quality of education, as well as creating more opportunities for young people to study and work abroad young people will be given the skills they need to find jobs. Therefore the Commission aims at:

  • Reducing school drop-out rates below 10%, and having
  • at least 40% of 30-34–year-olds completing third level education.

A number of initiatives and programs have been put in place. Among them:

Keep up with the latest developments of the Youth on the Move campaign by following: Youth on the Move on Facebook.

Last update: 29/04/2014 | Top