The study proposes a meaningful multidimensional index of early job insecurity for European countries based on raw micro-data drawn from the European Union’s Labor Force Survey (EU-LFS), and captures its evolution over time, before and during the years of the post–2008 economic crisis. More specifically, a number of different indicators capturing various domains of early […]
Two edited volumes from the NEGOTIATE project are published with Edward Elgar: Youth Unemployment and Early Job Insecurity in Europe (e-elgar.com) & Negotiating Early Job Insecurity in Europe (e-elgar.com). Both volumes are available Open Access with Edward Elgar online: Youth Unemployment and Job Insecurity in Europe. Problems, Risk-Factors and Policies. Edited by Bjørn Hvinden, Christer […]
The employer report from Greece is officially released.
The employer report from Switzerland is officially released. One main message presented in the press release is that young people who frequently change jobs or work in positions that are unrelated to their vocational or academic studies are hampering their job chances. Indiscriminate measures that aim to get unemployed people back to work as quickly […]
A new paper shows that work experience in deskilling jobs does not lead to better recruiter’s evaluation and employability.
A new policy brief suggests that unemployment measures aiming at a quick labour market integration of the young unemployed without the consideration of job quality may not be a sustainable solution.
A new policy brief shows that bad luck in the timing of labour market entry can scar future careers of school leavers in countries across Europe.
The fourth NEGOTIATE policy brief focuses on the impact of the Great Recession in Europe.
This working paper explores whether graduating at a bad time scars careers of youth when it comes to increased future unemployment and overpresentation in fixed-term and involuntary part-time work.
A Anew paper analyzes national strategies to implement the Youth Guarantee (YG).