Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Inclusion of young people: The assisted contracts are expensive and not very effective –

Illustration Pôle emploi – PHILIPPE HUGUEN / AFP

COURT OF AUDITORS While the Court of auditors criticises the devices of insertion of young people, the OECD pin France in terms of youth employment…

France is not yet at the level. This is the observation without appeal drawn up by this Wednesday, the Court of auditors and the OECD, in two separate reports very severe on the insertion of young people into the labour market hexagonal.

The Court of auditors points in particular to the devices expensive and inefficient, and calls to reduce the sail on the contracts helped them to focus efforts on young people most distant from employment, in particular through the youth Guarantee. Currently, young people’s access to employment is permitted by a score of devices, a “system that is particularly complex and whose cost is” high and growing “, points to the Court of auditors.

assisted contracts in the sights

In 2015, the State, the communities and the operators have, however, spent 10.5 billion : eur 5.95 billion for the alternating, two-billion for the contracts helped 1.45 billion for the devices of accompaniment and a billion for the return to training of young job-seekers. But ” the results obtained from the point of view of access to sustainable employment are not to the extent nor the goals, nor the means used “, stated the Court of auditors.

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In their sights : the assisted contracts, ” the most expensive “. According to the Court, their good rate of access to employment, 67 % in the dealer, and 52 % in the non-merchant for under 28 years of age, are the result of “significant windfall effects” and “targeting” insufficient ” to the greatest difficulty. Another flaw : only 23 % of former beneficiaries reported having attended the training provided in their contract.

Only found grace in the eyes of the wise, the youth Guarantee -it displays the exit rate to employment 49.9 %- and the ” schools of the second chance “. Devices, more efficient in terms of access to employment for the long-term support implemented by Pôle emploi or the local missions “.

Focus of the devices on the most distant of the job

in relation to youth unemployment, it is worse. France is even ranked among the “bad boys” in a report released on Wednesday by the OECD. In proportion, the country has two times more young people are NEET than in Germany, and observes a situation that continues to worsen since 2013.

>> also read : “The inversion of the curve is there,” trying to convince Myriam El Khomri

The young unemployed are mostly low-skilled, since almost 80 % have not reached the level tray. Conversely, only 16 % of university graduates were unemployed or inactive in 2014. The international organization calls for investing more in learning and follow-up of early school leavers.

less than one year from the end of the quinquennium of Francois Hollande, who had to give the ” priority to the youth, unemployment is still 23.7% of the young assets in metropolitan france, compared with 9.6 % of the total working population. Young workers are particularly affected by the part-time work (one in four), the CSD and the interim (one in three), and are often paid at minimum wage (35 % of smicards are young).

>> also read : 8 out of 10 French, Hollande has not kept his promise to the youth

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