How to Make Employment Services Useful for Creating Youth Employment: Bridging the Gap between Policy and Practice
- 오지현; 이영민
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- International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology, v.9, no.3, pp.269 - 282
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- International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology
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- The purpose of this study is to take a look at various youth employment policies operated by each government agency based on the fundamental causes and issues of serious unemployment among youth, and to propose a plan to facilitate employment accordingly. Therefore, the employment facilitation plan to expand the employment for youth may largely be classified into six categories. First, through tailored education that reflects corporate demands, aggressive improvement in the government system is required. Second, there is a need for general overhaul to enhance the qualitative level of participating companies in the SME youth internship, publicity of the project system and field instruction and management strengthening for participating workers. Third, there is a need to structure the government-level system to provide information from career support for youth to gaining employment in a one-stop service. Fourth, there is a need to check the categories as a general core project to simplify the youth occupation project and the sense of effectiveness of youth employment policies for the youth generation. Fifth, there is an urgent demand for facilitation of a win-win employment situation and voluntary participation of business enterprises in the expansion of youth employment. Sixth, there is a need to close the gap and improve the work environment in small and medium enterprises. Notwithstanding the fact that unemployment in youth has emerged as a major social issue, there is a clear phenomenon suggesting that the youth generation still does not take advantage of employment opportunities in SMEs.
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