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The key point is the sense of being empowered and totally free from within. A free mind can create its own work or position. The concept of working needs to be understood in a different light. Working for the sake of working? Or for utilitarian purposes? To simply earn money? A different system can be created which makes the unemployed individual ask many questions and create or choose a job of their dreams (like I did with creating an entire EVS project for myself with an institution I didn't know at all).
We need to shift the focus back on to apprenticeships and encourage learning on the job. Job shadowing and job shares are both useful tools. We also need to improve transport links so that young people, especially those living in rural areas, can actually reach the areas where the jobs are! It’s essential that everyone is able to work so that we can all have an income.
1. Making it possible to only know fluent English to relocate and rapidly find a job. 2. Making it as easy as possible for people to accumulate in-demand skills AND to practice them in real world hands-on contexts for a minimum of 6 months. 3. Making it easy for people to enter influential networks of other people who can connect them to job positions. Most people in the world get hired only because of personal connections. An isolated person with no network (which is the normal situation of anyone who comes from a lower socio-economic background, a small town and/or a different country) is essentially doomed. 4. Creating a powerful and extensive job-matching agency able to match any CV to open positions everywhere in EU in 1-2 weeks, because it's completely absurd to waste hours and hours every week for months on this process, when that time should be invested in building and practicing skills.
It would be great if we started thinking right during our training, making the university (or whichever other center of studies) more "practical". I think all majors should include a class (or several of them) that shows the students which options their studies lead to in the job market, and put the students in contact with the employers.
Give EU based companies more tax incentives to employ young people. Financial and organisational help for young people doing internships.
giving them more training job course or interships , languages course , opportunities abriad without having three degrees of thirty , don't be surprise if a lot of populism parties are full of Young people , because they have no more trust in the europeans institutions .
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Giving them opportunities and showing them respect and structure is the key, I think. I've noticed that, sadly, this is often lacking. The problem is: How can you expect the next
Giving them opportunities and showing them respect and structure is the key, I think. I've noticed that, sadly, this is often lacking. The problem is: How can you expect the next generation to be hardworking, disciplined and reliable if the people who are in charge of the working environment right now aren't any better? I'm sure this isn't always the case, but it is an undeniable fact that it happens- too often. Practically speaking, youth projects that give young people a voice and the opportunity to share their own ideas is a good start. But then they should be taken serious. You have to live the values you want to see in other people.
Unpaid internships should be illegal. It's exploitative and means only those that can afford to work for free can enter the labour market. People that can't afford to work without a wage are left in low paid jobs despite having done well in education.
You should give them salary and you should discover them Give them opportunities. Never left them behind. There are many people have good skills. As you know surviving makes people Artist. So I think you should think twice about it. :-)