They have been called, ‘The Lost Generation’, the young people across Europe who cannot find work. In some countries the figures for youth unemployment are reaching record highs.
Can a treasure trove of around six billion euros ease the situation and offer the young a hope for the future? That is the amount available in the EU’s Youth Guarantee scheme.
How will it work and just who is going to benefit? In this edition of Real Economy we get some of the answers.
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