Return to learning, return to work
Helping low-qualified adults out of unemployment
Since 2008, the question uppermost in policy-makers’ minds has understandably been the explosive growth of youth unemployment. But the crisis has also severely affected low-qualified adults, who face the highest rate of unemployment across Europe. A recent Cedefop study confirms that work-based training programmes can address the particular needs of this group, provided programmes are properly targeted and designed.
- Corporate author(s): Cedefop Themes: Vocational training
- Subject: adult education, Cedefop, continuing vocational training, EU employment policy, fight against unemployment, professional qualifications
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