Junio 2016

  1. Labour market transitions of young women and men in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Results of the 2014 school-to-work transition survey

    21 de junio de 2016

    This report presents the highlights of the 2014 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) run together with the State Statistical Office of Macedonia within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project. Results are compared to those of the first round (2012) and the analysis is updated and expanded to supplement the portrait of the youth labour market situation presented in the first survey report.

  2. Labour market transitions of young women and men in the Republic of Serbia

    8 de junio de 2016

    This report presents the highlights of the 2015 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) run together with the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project.

Mayo 2016

  1. Labour market transitions of young women and men in Montenegro

    4 de mayo de 2016

    This report presents the highlights of the 2015 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) run together with the Statistical Office of Montenegro within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project.

Abril 2016

  1. © ILO 2024

    More needs to be done to create jobs for young people

    29 de abril de 2016

    According to an ILO report, only one-quarter of young people actually work in Montenegro.

  2. © ILO 2024

    Organizing of young informal workers: Does it pay off?

    18 de abril de 2016

    There are several questions to be answered, as far as the nature, dynamics and ramifications of organized action among young informal workers. This paper attempts to answer these questions from a comparative perspective of Uganda and Nepal. Based on the analysis of the School-to-work transition surveys (SWTS), this paper identifies several underlying determinants of the likelihood of a young informal worker’s participation in associational activities.

  3. Labour market transitions of young women and men in Malawi - Results of the 2014 school-to-work transition survey

    15 de abril de 2016

    This report presents the highlights of a second round of the School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) implemented by the National Statistics Office in 2014. Results are compared to those of the first round (2012) and the analysis is updated and expanded to supplement the portrait of the youth labour market situation in Malawi presented in the first survey report. The report also outlines the institutional framework and relevant employment policies in the country.

  4. Tranzicija na tržište rada mladih žena i muškaraca u Crnoj Gori

    13 de abril de 2016

    Ovaj Izvještaj predstavlja najvažnije izvode iz Ankete o tranziciji od škole do posla iz 2015. godine (School-to-work Transition Survey - SWTS) koja je sprovedena zajedno sa Zavodom za statistiku Crne Gore u okviru projekta Work4Youth Međunarodne organizacije rada.

Marzo 2016

  1. © Christopher A. Leones / ILO 2024

    Labour Market Transitions of Young Women and Men: Innovative research from 30 school-to-work transition survey datasets

    An international forum for sharing results of the second ILO’s Call for Papers on labour market transition of young women and men in developing countries. The Symposium, organized in partnership with the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), offers an opportunity for researchers and development practitioners to discuss innovative research on themes of youth employment and labour market transitions and applicability to policy and programme advice and implementation.

Febrero 2016

  1. © Li Wenyong / World Bank 2024

    Young and female: A double “strike” for women entering the workforce

    9 de febrero de 2016

    An ILO/MasterCard Foundation study sheds new light on the challenges facing young women’s participation in the world of work.

Enero 2016

  1. Young and female – A double strike? Gender analysis of school-to-work transition surveys in 32 developing economies

    31 de enero de 2016

    This report explores the experiences and constraints faced by young women and men in the world of work. Based on the school-to-work transitions surveys (SWTS) of 32 developing countries run between 2012 and 2015, the report concludes that being young and female serve as a double strike for those seeking to find productive employment.