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AFTER-EFFECTS OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT 1 The after-effects of youth unemployment : More vulnerable persons are less likely to succeed in Youth Guarantee programs

  title={AFTER-EFFECTS OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT 1 The after-effects of youth unemployment : More vulnerable persons are less likely to succeed in Youth Guarantee programs},
  author={Eva Selenko and Kerstin Pils},
This article investigates unemployed adolescents’ success in reemployment programs. We propose that not being in employment, education, or training indicates a setback in the achievement of important life-goals, which affects mental health and success in reemployment programs. Adolescents who are more affected by the experience of unemployment will be even less likely to succeed. An analysis of longitudinal archival records of 300 adolescents in a Youth Guarantee apprenticeship scheme confirms… 

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