No jobs, no homes, no services: how inequality is crippling young people. A new report concludes that socioeconomic factors are seriously.
In good economic times, young people working helps reduce inequality in both groups of countries. But when growth slows down and jobs are.
Although child and adolescent inequalities are still less understood than those of 'adult-specific' indicators as proxies of young people's health and well-being.
KEYWORDS:: Educational policies, well-being, social inequality, issues of today, particularly among youth and young adults (Whiteford et al.