Job insecurity in Europe particularly affects young people, determining their greater vulnerability, as the most affected age groups. The main factors are, on the one hand, the educational level, to the extent that the crisis has affected the employment of young people with intermediate-low education levels. Furthermore, a remarkable concentration in jobs with low skill requirements and lower productivity, being also more vulnerable to the adjustments made by companies in crisis situations.
To this high temporary employment adds, the presence of a significant volume of youth in the informal economy, low wages, or the mismatch between the training acquired and job performed. The project for unemployed youth, 18 to 30 years, from small towns who do not find their first job, and seek to enter the labor market at its best addresses. The project counts on 6 partners from Spain, The Netherlands, Poland, Germany and Greece, and with the leadership of the City Council of Andujar.