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The pandemic has damaged youth employment: Here’s how we can help

Action needs to be taken to increase employment levels for young people. Image: Unsplash/Tim Gouw

Sean Fleming
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this graph shows the real GDP growth rates from 2005 to 2022 (%) show the scale of the global crisis in 2020.
Real GDP growth rates from 2005 to 2022 (%) show the scale of the global crisis in 2020. Image: ILO
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these graphs show the comparison of employment trends for young people (15-24) and adults (25+) in 2020, selected countries
Comparison of employment trends for young people (15-24) and adults (25+) in 2020, selected countries. Image: ILO

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