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Read Young people become empowered by their participation in the institutions and decisions that affect their lives–which in turn can lead to real positive change in the community. Youth Participation and Community Change presents leading authorities providing the latest research … Continue reading
Read Read also: Placing the Blame as Students Are Buried in Debt For-profit colleges slammed by student loan repayment data Student loan default is exploding and people are starting to wonder if the investment is worth the return. Hundreds of … Continue reading
Read View also: Highest Youth Unemployment Ever The report presents the latest global and regional labour market trends for youth and specifically explores how the global economic crisis has exposed the vulnerabilities of young people around the world. In developed … Continue reading
Read Desde el primer trimestre de 2003, el crecimiento del empleo entre los jóvenes fue del 124 por ciento, casi el doble de la tasa general (68 por ciento), pero el 18,9 por ciento continúa sin conseguir trabajo.