Resolving to get a job this year: again

Shannon Roberts | 06 January 2014
Too many young people feel they're not being given the opportunity to experience the dignity of work.

Jobless Crisis for Youth

Marcus Roberts | 10 June 2013
Grim reading arising from a global survey of youth unemployment.

The Declining Numbers of Americans Wanting Work

Marcus Roberts | 31 October 2012
The US labour-force participation rate is dropping - fewer people are in work or are looking for work.

Iran’s demographic crisis

Michael Cook | 25 June 2009
There’s a demographic dimension to the turmoil in Iran over the disputed election results. Most of the rioters seem to have been young people in the cities. When you look at Iran’s demographic profile, you can see that there are bound to be tensions – there is a huge “youth bulge” amongst the 15 to 29-year-olds.
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