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Support youngsters entering labour market at Hungarian PES. Dr. Borbély-Pecze, Tibor Bors Advisor. Unemployment rate (l ess than 25 years ). Higher than the EU average Mainly career-starters with no qualification. Source: Euro stat , LFS 2007-2010.

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Support youngsters entering labour market at hungarian pes

Support youngsters entering labour market at Hungarian PES

Dr. Borbély-Pecze, Tibor BorsAdvisor


Support youngsters entering labour market at hungarian pes

Unemployment rate (less than 25 years)

Higher than the EU average

Mainly career-starters with no qualification

Source: Eurostat, LFS 2007-2010


Number and distribution of registered jobseekers by age groups 2011

Number and distribution of registered jobseekers by age groups (2011)

Source: National Employment Office / www.munka.hu


Support youngsters entering labour market at hungarian pes

Monthly number and distribution of registered jobseeking school-leavers by level of education (U25 registered by ISCED levels)

Source: National Employment Office / www.munka.hu


Good practices

Good practices

  • Complex programmes for youth integration

  • 2. START - wage subsidy programme

  • 3. Career Fairs

  • 4. National Lifelong Guidance Portal and network of guidance professionals

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Complex programmes for supporting career starters i

Complex Programmes for supporting career-starters (I.)

  • Helping career-starters to gain work-experience

    by covering his/her wage for the maximum of 365 days

    5-7000 career-starters/year

  • Employment support

    by covering the wage of a career starter who has been trained by theconcerned employer

    2-300 career-starters/year

  • Trainings to increase employability

  • Group career guidance

    develop individual learning/working plans


Youth start programme ii

Youth ‘START’ programme (II.)

  • Young people entering the labour market are served by it even if they do not become unemployed.

  • As opposed to the regular 27 %, employers pay 10 and 20 % contributions in the first and the second period of the subsidy, respectively.

  • Thescheme is differentiated by the education level of the beneficiary (making both the first andthe second period one year for those with below-higher education, while the same periods arenine and three months long for higher educated persons).


Good practices iii national guidance portal

Good practices III. – National Guidance Portal


Yearly career fairs iv

Yearly Career Fairs (IV.)


Summary

Summary

  • PES has a key role in prevention (youth guarantee)

  • PES can mediatebetween the school life and the world of work for the youth

  • Local partnership is essential for an effective cooperation

  • Complex, integrated measures are more effective


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!

Dr. Borbély-Pecze, Tibor Bors

borbelytibor@lab.hu


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