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More than 1 in 6 young adults in the EU were not in education or work in 2020

COVID-19 has cast a shadow over the futures of young Europeans. Image: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

Victoria Masterson

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COVID-19 has resulted in a spike of ‘NEET’ young adults in the European Union. Image: Eurostat

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