Education & Youth Employment: What do we need for our future?
The increasing digitalisation of society and the workplace will have many consequences for the next generation of workers, both in terms of education and employment. Skills which were once considered essential by employers are likely to evolve, creating new ways of working and communicating, especially considering the growing influence of social media.
Youth unemployment remains a key concern in Europe, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, and so measures are being put in place to improve employment opportunities for young people across all member states.
So, now it’s over to you: What can we do to ensure better education and employment prospects for young people across Europe?
- If you were an MEP, what would you do to help improve education and youth employment across Europe?
- How should the European Parliament act to combat the emergence of a Covid-19 “lockdown generation”?
- What do you think will be the essential skills that European employers expect from young candidates entering into the world of work?
- How important a role will Artificial Intelligence (AI) play in the education and employment of the future generation of workers?
Education and Youth Employment
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