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Tony Wagner y Marta Rieria López, expertos en jóvenes desempleados,dicen que el trabajo para los jóvenes es algo cada vez menos común. El tema que he escogido para redactar este post es ” jóvenes y desempleo”. Debido a la crisis los jóvenes están una situación precaria  y cada vez les cuesta mas encontrar trabajo, por esta misma razón mucho emigran a países extranjeros.

Tony Wagner, experto en educación de la universidad de Harvard comenta:

Hasta las mejores escuelas están fracasando

En EE UU, la tasa de paro es del 7,4%,según datos del Gobierno federal. En España esta cifra escala hasta el 50% para quienes solo tienen la ESO y ronda el 20% para los licenciados, según datos oficiales. Aunque el fenómeno es global, España se ve especialmente azotada con más de un cuarto de su población en paro. ¿Qué es lo que está fallando? ¿Qué impide encontrar un trabajo? Según muchos expertos, la clave está precisamente en la falta de adecuación entre la formación y las necesidades de las empresas.

EAEn bizi naizenez, Euskal Herriko egoerak are gehiago larritzen nau, hainbat berri daude gai honen inguruan. Naiz egunkariaren arabera:

Europako Batasunarekin (EB) alderatuta, Euskal Herrian sektorekako langabezia tasa guztiak EB osatzen duten 27 herrialdeen batez bestekoaren gainetik daude. Desberdintasun nabarienak gazteen kolektiboan ematen dira, baita emakumezkoetan ere, Gaindegiak txosten batean jaso duenez.

Eurostaten datuak aintzat hartuta azaldu duenez, 15 eta 24 urte arteko gazteen artean, langabezia %39,5ekoa zen 2012an Euskal Herrian eta Europako Batasunean, aldiz %22,9koa.

25 eta 34 urte artekoen kolektiboan ere langabezia tasa altua da: %18,7koa, EBkoa baino sei puntu handiagoa.

Emakumeei dagokienez, adin eta sexuaren arabera, Euskal Herriko langabezia tasarik altuena 15 eta 24 urte arteko emakumezkoetan ematen da, %41era iristen baita.

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Erreferentziak

Due to this high unemployment rate, many people have had the need to travel to other countries in order to find a proper job, facing all the fears and worries it requires.

“No nos vamos, nos echan!” (“We are not leaving, they’re kicking us out!”) is the slogan used by the movement Juventudes sin futuro (Youth Without a Future) to protest the “economic exile” young Spaniards face because of the financial crisis. This slogan was chosen in response to the Minister of Immigration and Emigration, Marina del Coral, who attributed this wave of departures to “the adventurous spirit of the young”.
In Spain, the fourth biggest economy in the Eurozone, the level of unemployment has now reached 26% of the active population and affects more than 55% of young people. Despite a youth employment plan put in place by the Spanish government, the situation is steadily getting worse.
In light of this situation, more and more Spanish people are leaving their country to find work elsewhere – not only in Europe, but also in Morocco and Latin America.
The Public Finance International talks about the “maroon tide”

This phenomenon was born in the heat of other social movements that have appeared in Spain in recent years. The Spanish tide is maroon because this is the colour of our national passport. It has become a symbol of enforced migration.

Every day, 163 people are forced to leave the country. Directly or indirectly, each and every one of more than 46 million Spanish citizens are affected by this development. We  all have family, friends or acquaintances who – after a long journey of disappointment, misunderstanding and rejection – have taken the decision to emigrate, leaving their own country behind.

The ‘maroon tide’ has even established itself as a ‘horizontal movement’, with regular face to face and virtual meetings, at local and global level. This is fostering new forms of participation, self-organization and demands for rights beyond borders.

I,finally, attach you a video about those kind of emigrants who forced to leave ther country to find the life they ever wanted, which is impossible in they native countries.

Refernces/refencias/erreferentziak

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