Report - Generation stalled: Young, underemployed and living precariously in Australia

Report - Generation stalled: Young, underemployed and living precariously in Australia

29 March 2017

This report analyses the rates of youth unemployment and underemployment using ABS and HILDA survey data.

This report has been published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence.

It finds that the youth unemployment rate for 15–24 year olds has remained high since the global financial crisis. It reports that 650,000 young people in total were unemployed or underemployed – defined as having some work but wanting more hours – in February 2017.

Download the report via the Brotherhood of St Laurence website (PDF)

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