It is high time for the Western Balkans to invest in the youth, EESC says


The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is asking governments in the region to tackle the problems facing young people.
The report of the EESC states that the region is facing a large brain drain among young generations, high unemployment, insufficient education and insufficient skills.
The committee points out that young people are in an unenviable position on the labor market in the region, and the rate of persons who are neither employed nor enrolled in school or training, between the ages of 15 and 24, is 23.7 percent on average for the entire Western Balkans. . The outflow of young people from the region is a long-standing problem, the Committee adds, and one of the reasons for this is that young people do not have access to quality education, and their career opportunities are limited.

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