Labour market transitions of young women and men in MontenegroThis article is an edited digest of a publication written originally for the International Labour Organisation and is produced with kind permission. www.ilo.org/publns. This report was made possible due to the collaborative efforts of several members of the ILO Work4Youth Team. The ILO acknowledges the support given by The MasterCard Foundation in allowing the research to move forward under the scope of the Work4Youth Partnership.Dragan Đurić
SEER Journal for Labour and Social Affairs in Eastern Europe, 2016, vol. 19, issue 1, 23-54
Youth is a significant period of human life during which young people formulate their aspirations and life goals, seek and find their own roles and responsibilities in society and move towards economic independence. Youth is thus a period of social and psychological transition, with young people’s quality of life largely determined by how successfully they make the transition from school to work. The ILO’s School-to-Work Transition Survey (SWTS) offers various stakeholders and policy-makers the opportunity to generate an in-depth review of the specific employment challenges facing young people so that they might design more appro- priate instruments to support such a transition. In Montenegro, the survey was implemented by MONSTAT, the Statistical Office of Montenegro. The analysis of the SWTS offered here is intended to assist in monitoring the impact of existing youth employment policies and programmes in Montenegro and to contribute to the national dialogue on the formulation of strategies and national instruments to help accomplish that transition.
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