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In an age when for the first time the next generation are facing worse prospects than those of their parents, this book examines the challenges that young people are facing as a result of the widespread social, economic and political instabilities across Europe today. Based on a comparison of contemporary labour markets in England and Germany, this book explores the impact of factors such as mass migration, rising nationalism, right-wing movements and ever-accelerating technological change for young people and provides a pragmatic blueprint for the transition systems, skills and resources that young people require for a prosperous future.…mehr

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In an age when for the first time the next generation are facing worse prospects than those of their parents, this book examines the challenges that young people are facing as a result of the widespread social, economic and political instabilities across Europe today. Based on a comparison of contemporary labour markets in England and Germany, this book explores the impact of factors such as mass migration, rising nationalism, right-wing movements and ever-accelerating technological change for young people and provides a pragmatic blueprint for the transition systems, skills and resources that young people require for a prosperous future.
Autorenporträt
John Bynner is Professor Emeritus of Social Sciences in Education in the Centre for Longitudinal Studies at the University College London Institute of Education.