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1 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Youth Unemployment 1 Ola Harald Svenning Leader Fagforbundet Youth
2 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Youth Unemployment 2 2x-3x as high High rate of uneducationed Longterm affects
3 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Under employment 3 Public&Privat sector Education less effect Undesired
4 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Part time / under employment 4 Historical Small workforce The norm
5 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Education 5 Vocational
6 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom 6 Vocational Apprenticeship
7 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Apprenticeship 7 Large numerber «Drop out`s» Public sector is worst Los of education
8 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Youthguarantee 8 18-25 years After 6mnd Since 2005
9 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom Political philosophy 9 Invest in bad times Public sector Tree part collaboration (Nordic model)
10 omtanke solidaritet samhold Ungdom 10 Ola Harald Svenning Leader Fagforbundet Youth THX
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