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Report on Youth Unemployment in Europe 2013

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Read Vemma's Exclusive Report on youth ‪unemployment‬ in ‪Europe‬. Learn how MLM is a promising alternative for young people who can't find a job. ‪

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Report on Youth Unemployment in Europe 2013

  1. 1. #2013 REPORT Youth Unemployment in europe
  2. 2. United Kingdom GERMANY NORWAY SWEDEN SPAIN FINLAND AUSTRIA ITALY 22.1% 8.4% 10.6% 25.8% 57.6% 23.3% 7.6% 38.2% 18.2% 6.8% 8% 24.1% 53.8% 17.9% 8.2% 40.6% Youth unemployment in Europe has reached 23.5% HIGH RATES OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT A Eurostat news release showed that the EU27 youth unemployment rate rose 0.9 percent- age points in April 2013 to 23.5% 1 . By com- parison, the unemployment rate for the EU’s 27 member countries reached 10.9 percent. Unem- ployment rates in European countries have been driven up by the global economic crisis and the European debt crisis. In the worst-hit corners of Europe, such as Greece, the youth unemploy- ment rate exceeded 50 percent. DIFFICULT SITUATION IN THE LABOUR MARKET The situation is getting worse as the global re- covery weakens. Now over 6 million dispirited youths have given up their job search 2 . Extended unemployment entails higher risk of future unem- ployment, because prospective employers are leery of those who have been unemployed for a long time. It’s not easy to step out of this vicious circle, and youths are starting to feel useless and alienated from society. PART-TIME AND TEMPORARY JOBS This situation has forced young people to be less selective about the types of jobs and the terms they accept. As rising numbers of youths set- tle for part-time or temporary jobs, they begin to feel insecure about their future. Without relevant job experience they become less competitive in the job mar- ket and, in turn, miss oppor- tunities to increase their skills. Source: Eurostat, Unemployment rate by sex and age groups - monthly average, %, Last update 01.07.2013
  3. 3. Youth unemployment TRENDS Youth Unemployment Trends In Europe the unemployment rate for youths is 2.6 times higher than the unemployment rate for all ages 3 . In 2008 the rate was 0.6 times lower. The years since then have been harsh for youths, and to- day almost one in four Europeans aged 18-25 are unemployed. Mismatched qualifications Growing trends in the youth labour market include skills mismatch, over-education, and under-ed- ucation. Young workers who are over-skilled for their current jobs are capable of handling more complex tasks, and their skills are underused. Un- der-skilled workers lack the skills and experience necessary for their job, which is often a result of under-education. On the other hand, over-edu- cated youths are over-qualified for their jobs, so their job satisfaction level tends to be low. Male and female unemployment trends Recessions since 1980 have brought an interest- ing shift in unemployment rates for males versus females. Before the current recession, women were affected more than men. Since then, the gender gap has narrowed. At the end of 2012 the rates reached 10.7 % for men and 10.8 % for women. The gap still exists in the youth labour market, with April 2013 unemployment rates at 24.1% for males versus 22.8% for females. 2002 17.5% Source: OECD, Stat Extracts, LFS by sex and age - indicators | Eurostat, Unemployment rate by sex and age groups - monthly average, %, 2013M01 18.1% 18.1% 18.3% 17.1% 15.8% 15.8% 20.2% 20.3% 20% 21.4% 23,5% 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  4. 4. Multi-level marketing as an opportunity for young people FRederico Aronius 27 year old Brand Partner from Sweden Vemma enables young people to start their own business and set their own income. The social ap- proach of this business makes it easier to invite new people by sim- ply using social network and the mobile app. It’s an op- portunity to actually get the chance to live the life that you want to live and to turn your dreams into reality. Justine Siegler 18 year old Brand Partner from Austria For me, Vemma is the great- est and most amazing chance you can get. This business gives every person, no matter how old, the same opportu- nity to start a better life, to gain independence and true freedom! You want to succeed in life? Make it happen!!! Brad Alkazin 26 year old Vemma Royal Ambassador from USA, CA San Diego A lot of the young demographic is kind of stuck. What are they going to do? Start a business? Open a restaurant? That’s a big risk, a big liability. A lot of people in our age-group don’t have a lot of opportunities. With a low investment in Vemma, they get something that helps people enhance their wellness and creates a business. 9-to-5 job alternative EU countries are battling high rates of youth un- employment with labour reforms and budget cuts, but it will take years for these long-term solutions to create traditional jobs. One alternative to 9-to- 5 jobs is multi-level marketing — a simple busi- ness concept available to everyone regardless of age, gender or education. Multi-level marketing is an opportunity for self-employment and flexible hours. And because success depends primarily on the effort one puts into building the business, revenues ramp up fairly quickly. A GROWING SECTOR in Europe Statistics4 show that 97% of direct sellers value flexibility in work hours and commitment. Be- cause of this, multi-level marketing is a growing sector of direct marketing within the non-store retail trade category in Europe. The European Di- rect Sales Association report revealed that total sales turnover in European Direct Selling exceed- ed 17 billion Euros. European multi-level market- ing companies, such as Vemma, have thrived during the economic crisis, generating sales in- creases of over 25% every year. VEMMA OPPORTUNITY With the introduction of Vemma — a compa- ny that produces nutrition energy drinks such as Verve — CEO and founder BK Boreyko has added a valuable new alternative in multi-level marketing. Vemma Europe is the first network marketing com- pany to provide a mobile business application that supports Brand Partners and helps them share in- formation about the business with friends. Thanks to its simplicity and social network marketing approach, Vemma is a great opportunity for young people who want to achieve financial freedom. Report prepared by Vemma Europe1 - The EU27 includes Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany , Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom ; and excludes Croatia which was not part of the EU when the study was conducted 2 - The Youth Employment Crisis: A Call for Action; Resolution and Conclusions of the 101st Session of the International Labour Conference. 2012. Geneva: International Labour Organization 3 - Epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu; Unemployment statistics - Statistics Explained; Access date: 1 July 2013 4 - Directsellingeurope.eu; Direct selling key data; Direct Selling Europe ; Access date: 1 July 2013

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