Social exclusion from the labour market

Social exclusion from the labour market

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Millennials: a generation lost between two world crises?

What future lies ahead for millennials? We will be discussing this question with Fabrizio Bernardi, Professor of Sociology at the European University Institute. From 29 November to 1 December, at CaixaForum Madrid. Event language: Spanish.

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An intergenerational perspective of the coronavirus crisis and the role of family policies

The covid-19 pandemic has caused a health crisis and an economic one. The two books reviewed here offer complementary perspectives on the role of family policies in times of economic decline.

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Human capital formation

Rate of early leavers from education and training in Spain and EU-27.

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Inequality in income distribution

The redistributive effect of social transfers is lower in Spain than in the EU-27.

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The impact of covid-19 on the gender gap in hours actually worked

The gender gap in hours worked has decreased during the pandemic, except among workers with young children. What personal situations lie behind this behaviour of the jobs market?

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Percentage of people who view themselves as above their parents or grandparents on the social ladder

Percentage of people who view themselves as above their parents or grandparents on the social ladder

Social Inclusion

Some 29% of Spaniards have a social position above that of their parents, and over 40% believe they have risen above their grandparents on the social ladder.

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Number of generations necessary so that those born in families with low incomes can reach the average level of income in their society

Number of generations necessary so that those born in families with low incomes can reach the average level of income in their society

Social Inclusion

In Spain, according to this indicator, it takes four generations to improve the incomes of families with precarious finances.

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Fertility rate

Fertility rate

Social Inclusion

The fertility rate in Spain is 1.23 children per woman, the second lowest rate among European Union countries.