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GGP At A Glance No. 39 / April 2018

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Young adults who are not employed nor in education or training (NEET) are a continuing concern for European policy makers because of their higher risks of social exclusion and poverty. The graph below shows the level of life satisfaction for young men and women aged 18-29 years old for two categories: (1) employed or in education, and (2) NEET. Overall, men and women in the age from 18 to 29 are very satisfied with their life. However, young adults who are not employed nor in education tend to have a lower level of life satisfaction. The data furthermore reveal that group differences are much larger in some countries – such as the Czech Republic and Estonia – than in others. Reducing the proportion of NEET among young adults is part of the Sustainable Development Goals. Data from the Generations and Gender Survey can help to unravel the reasons and consequences for NEET across countries, gender and age-groups.

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GGP At A Glance No. 39 / April 2018

Young adults who are not employed nor in education or training (NEET) are a continuing concern for European policy makers because of their higher risks of social exclusion and poverty. The graph below shows the level of life satisfaction for young men and women aged 18-29 years old for two categories: (1) employed or in education, and (2) […]

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GGP At a Glance No. 38 / February 2018

Even though the mean age at childbirth has increased in all countries in the recent decades, a non-negligible proportion of women still give birth at a very early age. The graph below shows the percentage of women of three different cohorts who have given birth before the age of 20. The data reveal a sharp […]

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GGP At a Glance No. 37 / December 2017

 Over the past decades family formation behaviour has diversified in Europe. The graph below, based on the Generations and Gender Survey, displays the percentage of men and women who have followed a traditional pathway in their family formation, that is, they experienced the following sequence of events: they first left the parental home, then married, […]

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