Presque 15% de la population des 15-29 ans ne sont ni en emploi ni aux études ni en formation au Québec, soit 200 000 jeunes en 2012. On les désigne par le terme NEET (acronyme de Neither in employment, education or training) dans les pays de l’Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques (OCDE).
Ces données récentes proviennent du Flash-info de février mis en ligne par l’Institut de la statistique du Québec.
Contrairement au taux de chômage, cet indicateur considère les personnes exclues de la population active comme les chômeurs découragés.
Alors que les hommes composent 50,9% des 15-29 ans, ils représentent 56% des NEET.
Le taux de NEET a diminué de façon notable au Québec dans les dernières décennies. Il était de 23% en 1976.
Extraits choisis par le Moniteur de l’emploi
Articles sur le sujet @ Job Market Monitor:
Europe / NEET / 7.5 million young people aged 15–24 and an additional 6.5 million young people aged 25–29 were excluded from the labour market and education in Europe
“The immediate future of Europe depends upon the 94 million Europeans aged between 15 and 29″ writes the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions in NEETs Young people not in employment, education or training: Characteristics, costs and policy responses in Europe. (Adapted choosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor to follow). Apart from the challenges that young people … Continue reading »
Europe’s young people are suffering disproportionately in the economic crisis and we must do more to prevent them from becoming ‘a lost generation’ – says think-tank Youth unemployment rates in some European Union countries are scandalously high. Many member states are hoping to copy the success of the German apprenticeship system. Although nations should be encouraged to …Continue reading »
Some 14 million young people are not in employment, education or training across the EU as a whole. However rates vary widely from from around 5.5% of 15-24 year olds in the Netherlands to 22.7% in Italy. The economic cost of not integrating NEETs is estimated at over €150 billion, or 1.2% of GDP, in … Continue reading »
More of England’s teenagers are leaving education without a job, government statistics show. Annual figures show that last year 8.1% of 16 to 18-year-olds were not in education, employment or training (Neet). That is up from 7.5% in 2010. There was also a slight fall in in the proportion of teenagers in full-time education, which … Continue reading »
UK | NEETs | Almost 1m young people not in education, employment or training | Society | The Guardian
Almost 1 million young people are not in school, work or training, according to official figures which underline the extent to which the economic slowdown is hurting school-leavers. One in six 16- to 24-year-olds was a “neet” (not in education, employment or training) in the last three months of 2011, according to statistics published by … Continue reading »
Firms to be given £2,000 cash ‘reward’ for hiring ‘Neets’ after number of jobless young soars to record levels | Mail Online
Charities and businesses will be given cash incentives to get jobless under-18s ‘earning or learning’, Nick Clegg announced today. The Deputy Prime Minister hopes to defuse the ‘ticking time bomb’ of youth unemployment with a £126million scheme across England Organisations will receive up to £2,200 for every young person they help. They will receive an … Continue reading »