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One-third of young people still optimistic despite COVID's dramatic hit on education and jobs

Dunia Skaunicova, a 24 years old job seeker in Prague, Czech Republic, checks her phone. Image: REUTERS/David W Cerny

Johnny Wood

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Share of youth (aged 18–29) who reported that their studies or training had been interrupted since the onset of the pandemic. Image: ILO
Young people’s (aged 18–29) perceptions of future career prospects. Image: ILO
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