Content with the tag: inserción laboral de los jóvenes

Unemployment rate

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Unemployment rate

November 2021

Social Inclusion

Did you know that, in 2020, the youth unemployment rate tripled that of older people? Discover the figures from this indicator.

Population occupation rates by age

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Population occupation rates by age

November 2021

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Between 2010 and 2020, the occupation rate of the younger population decreased, while that of over 55s increased.

The effect of early retirement schemes on youth employment

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The effect of early retirement schemes on youth employment

November 2021

Social Inclusion

Contradicting a fairly widespread idea, delaying exit from the labour market does not reduce youth employment, but could actually boost it.

Young people (aged 15 to 29) who neither study nor work

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Young people (aged 15 to 29) who neither study nor work

December 2020

Social Inclusion

The percentage of “NEETs” (Not in Education, Employment or Training) is much higher in Spain among women of foreign origin than among men (27.8% versus 21.6%).

Imbalances between worked hours and desired hours among the younger population

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Imbalances between worked hours and desired hours among the younger population

November 2020

Social Inclusion
Margarita Torre, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid;

Do we work the number of hours we really want to? The percentage of young people who are experiencing imbalances has increased significantly over the last 10 years, especially among
those who would prefer to work more hours.

Going to work in another city: who is willing to do so and why?

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Going to work in another city: who is willing to do so and why?

November 2020

Social Inclusion
Sergi Vidal, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona;

Four out of every ten workers in Spain, who have or are seeking a job, would be prepared to go and live somewhere else. Income and the professional career associated with upwards social mobility are the main reasons for interregional mobility.   

Employment in Spain: still a long way off from the knowledge society

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Employment in Spain: still a long way off from the knowledge society

September 2018

Social Inclusion
Ramón Alós Moner, Centre for Sociological Studies on Everyday Life and Work (QUIT) and Institute of Work Studies (IET), of the Autonomous University of Barcelona;

A predominance of low-added value employment, lack of investment in innovation and precarious conditions for workers are distancing Spain from the knowledge economy. How can this situation be corrected?

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