Against the background of a weak economic recovery, access to employment for young people in the 2013 cohort was slightly more favourable than for the preceding cohort. In 2016, three years after they had left the education system, one young worker in five was looking for a job; in the case of those with only lower secondary qualifications, the figure was one in two. These levels are considerably higher than those recorded before the crisis.
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at 2016 survey of the 2013 cohort: No improvement in the education-to-work transition for young people with lower secondary qualifications only / Training and employment / publications / accueil – Céreq – Centre d’études et de recherches sur les qualifications