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Young people and social exclusion in Sweden

Panican, Alexandru LU and Olofsson, Jonas LU (2013) p.55-80
Abstract
The chapter gives an overall picture of the conditions of labour market

entry for young people (16-19 years) and young adults (20-24 years)

and their social exclusion in Sweden from the early 1990s until now.

The chapter consists of three sections. The first section provides background information on the entry of young people on the Swedish labour market. The overview summarizes research findings on the labour

market, education and livelihood conditions. The second section

deals with young people with activity compensation. The concluding

section summarizes some of the key observations and recommendations

on what should be done in order to reduce youth unemployment

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The chapter gives an overall picture of the conditions of labour market

entry for young people (16-19 years) and young adults (20-24 years)

and their social exclusion in Sweden from the early 1990s until now.

The chapter consists of three sections. The first section provides background information on the entry of young people on the Swedish labour market. The overview summarizes research findings on the labour

market, education and livelihood conditions. The second section

deals with young people with activity compensation. The concluding

section summarizes some of the key observations and recommendations

on what should be done in order to reduce youth unemployment

and social exclusion of young people in Sweden. (Less)
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labour market, young people, young adults, social exclusion, education, livelihood conditions, activity compensation, youth unemployment, transition from studies to work, apprenticeship
host publication
For That Which Grows – Mental Health, Disability Pensions and Youth in the Nordic Countries
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Olsen, Terje and Tägtström, Jenny
pages
55 - 80
publisher
Nordic Center for Welfare and Social Issues
ISBN
978-87-7919-084-9
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English
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entry for young people (16-19 years) and young adults (20-24 years)<br/><br>
and their social exclusion in Sweden from the early 1990s until now.<br/><br>
The chapter consists of three sections. The first section provides background information on the entry of young people on the Swedish labour market. The overview summarizes research findings on the labour<br/><br>
market, education and livelihood conditions. The second section<br/><br>
deals with young people with activity compensation. The concluding<br/><br>
section summarizes some of the key observations and recommendations<br/><br>
on what should be done in order to reduce youth unemployment<br/><br>
and social exclusion of young people in Sweden.},
  author       = {Panican, Alexandru and Olofsson, Jonas},
  booktitle    = {For That Which Grows – Mental Health, Disability Pensions and Youth in the Nordic Countries},
  editor       = {Olsen, Terje and Tägtström, Jenny},
  isbn         = {978-87-7919-084-9},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {55--80},
  publisher    = {Nordic Center for Welfare and Social Issues},
  title        = {Young people and social exclusion in Sweden},
  year         = {2013},
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