Education to Employment: Getting Europe´s Yoouth into Work | Youth Employment |
The imperative to help young people build skills foremployment is unlikely to disappear. The 2012 Programmefor International Student Assessment (PISA) which measuresstudent performance at secondary level for mathematics,reading and science, saw the scores of three of the eightcountries go down and the rest rise only minimally.As the current generation of secondary students graduates it seemsthat skills shortages will become even more of a challengefor both post-secondary institutions and employers in thecoming years. In short, economic growth is a necessary—but

not of itself a sufficient—condition for improvement