Italy’s unemployment rate for 15-24-year-olds is one of the highest in the European Union, according to the findings of a new report released on July 17.
The annual Employment and Social Developments in Europe (ESDE) review found that one in five (19.9%) of young Italians are neither employed, job-seeking, nor in full-time study. This is close to double the EU average of 11.5%, though it had seen a slight drop from the previous year's figure of 21.4%.
According to The Local, while youth un...
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