Workforce and Employment

This is how COVID-19 hit youth employment in Europe - and how it can recover

Youth employment in Europe is recovering very slowly from the impact of COVID-19 Image: Unsplash/Brooke Cagle

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Youth employment across the European Union improved in the third quarter of 2021. Image: Eurostat

Ireland, France and Slovenia saw the biggest jumps in youth employment. Image: Twitter

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