Depending on the country you are living, the local government might have some support measures to fight youth unemployment on a national level. Considering that this information is very different between countries, bellow we list some option available and promoted by the European Commission for European countries. In case you are not coming from an EU country, we advise you to contact the unemployment centre in your home country.
The European Commission has in place different programmes and initiatives in order to fight youth unemployment and offer paid and inclusive opportunities. In multiple countries youth unemployment rates are increasing and highly qualified youngsters are offered unpaid internship opportunities with promises to find a job after. All our choices have an impact maintaining or changing the status quo.
Bellow we gathered the initiatives implemented in each European country to support tacking unemployment.
Every European country has a public employment services. These are the authorities responsible to connect jobseekers with employers. In the page bellow it is possible to identify the PES of each country and with their support, citizens will be able to find a suitable programme or opportunity to work within national borders.My Country’s PES
The Youth Guarantee is aimed at European citizens under 26 years old who are NEET. In the page bellow it is possible to identify which Youth Guarantee scheme in in place in each European country. The objective of this network is to support young people finding a suitable education or job, within the time span of 4 months.Youth Guarantee
The European Solidarity Corps extended the action of the European Volunteer Service within national borders. Currently young people can take part in an ESC financed volunteer, traineeship or job experience within her/his home country. Besides that there are also international opportunities announced in the ESC platform.ESC Projects