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Labour market prospects deteriorate for early leavers from education and training

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In 2011, around 55% of early leavers from education and training were jobless (up by nine percentage points compared to 2008).

Labour market prospects for young adults that leave education and training early are generally bad. This is one reason why it is so important to encourage young people to continue their education and training beyond lower secondary level, a key objective of the EU 2020 strategy, as well as of vocational education and training policy. This becomes even more urgent in the current economic downturn, where job prospects are deteriorating.

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Labour market prospects deteriorate for early leavers from education and training