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[IWS] Eurostat: YOUTH STATISTICS - NORTH AFRICA AND EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN [12 May 2014]

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YOUTH STATISTICS - NORTH AFRICA AND EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN [12 May 2014]

LARGE YOUTH POPULATION PLUS HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT - CHALLENGES FACING ENP-SOUTH COUNTRIES

http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/statistics_explained/index.php/Youth_statistics_-_North_Africa_and_Eastern_Mediterranean

 

Statistics in focus 10/2014; Author: Marilena STOENESCU
ISSN:2314-9647  Catalogue number:KS-SF-14-010-EN-N

The countries of the ENP-South region are generally more ‘youthful’ than their counterparts in the European Union; in a majority of the ENP-South countries about one half of the population was under the age of 25 in 2011 compared to a little over one quarter (27.8 %) in the EU-28. Young people aged between 15 and 24 (the period that covers the transition from dependent childhood to independent adulthood) accounted for about one in every five persons in many of the ENP-South countries compared with about one in every eight in the European Union in 2011.

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