The EU’s member states have to work on putting a stop to early school leaving; helping young people to improve skills related to labour market, guaranteeing job training and aiding young graduates find their first jobs
The current condition for young people in many European countries is becoming worse. Without significant action of EU and national levels, we risk losing our young generation with a serious economic and social cost
Some European Union leaders have a message for young people finding work as the unemployment rate for teenagers, twenties, and even people in their thirties continues to get higher across most of the twenty seven nation bloc: Leave home.
According to Employment Commissioner Laszlo Andor, it is better for young people to look for jobs outside their home country in other EU states. He said that “If we want to create more opportunities for the young people, we have to create and highlight … chances in other countries”.
Also, other leaders have urged the unemployed to move even further from home.
In the case of England, 250,000 English people leave their country every year to work abroad. There are not enough work places in this country. They have a rather low unemployment rate compared to most of the other countries.