EXCEPT presents its new working paper on the impact of the institutional setting and policies on the well-being and health of youth in insecure labour market positions in EU-28 and Ukraine

EXCEPT presents its new working paper on the impact of the institutional setting and policies on the well-being and health of youth in insecure labour market positions in EU-28 and Ukraine
14.12.2016

This study uses a comparative perspective to analyses how individual experiences of labour market exclusion and job insecurity affect young people’s well-being and health in various national settings. In particular, the report provides  analysis of the effects of unemployment and insecure jobs on the well-being and health of European youth. The study also explores the moderating role of 1) countries’ economic situation and the global financial crisis; 2) labour market policies; 3) education policies; 4) social inequality; 5) cultural values.

This publication contributes to the existing literature by providing a unique study of the complex effects of labour market exclusion and job insecurity on the well-being and health of young Europeans. 

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