Thursday, February 9, 2012

Employment rate young adults

  • Are you young and looking for work? Youre in good company. Just 54 percent of Americans ages 18 to 24 currently have jobs, according to a study released Thursday by the Pew Research Center.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • With government data showing record gaps in employment between young and the gap in the unemployment rate between those two age groups stretched to the widest on record.
  • (AP -
  • Not all are looking University of Illinois Springfield administrator Dyanne Ferk cautioned against assuming that unemployment numbers mirror employment figures.
  • (State Journal-Register)
  • One of the nations oldest labor groups hopes a social media and television ad campaign will attract young adults in Pittsburgh and two other a professor of labor studies and employment relations at Penn State University.
  • (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
  • Chicago has an employment rate of nearly 10 percent Employers are frustrated by this skills shortage.
  • (Chicago Tribune)
  • It energises the workplace, allows you to nurture your own talent and builds loyalty and boosts retention rates. As our older employees to be the job that gives a young person the chance to step onto the employment ladder.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • The index looks at education levels, housing quality, income and employment rates.
  • (Winnipeg Free Press)
  • Instead of being allowed to pursue their dreams and careers through meaningful work, regular paychecks, and new skills gained on the job, the ongoing poor economy is forcing young adults to delay 8.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • People with college degrees continue to earn more and have higher employment rates than those without, especially in this economy, Christel says.
  • (Daily Finance)
  • In 2010, the global youth unemployment rate was 12.6 percent, which was substantially higher when compared to the global adult Employment: Youth Perspectives on the Pursuit of Decent Work in Changing Times.
  • (New Kerala)

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