Youth Unemployment in Russia: Causes and Effects.

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Everyone knows that it is impossible to live a normal life without a job and money. And no doubts that young people are not an exception to the rule, and they also cannot do without means of subsistence. But as for the youth, so they certainly can live within only their parents’ means, they can cadge them pin money to the end of time. I have heard much that such a system does not work in the USA and Europe, as parents there do not want their precious offspring to be dependants and parasites all their life, that’s why they turn them out of their home soon after their coming of age. Thereby young people in the Western world start looking for a job, living from hand to mouth very often, as they cannot find an appropriate job. In Russia such a system when young people continue living within their parents’ expenses right up to the age of 25, 27 or something about that is widespread enough. You may fancy that is because of the Russians’ idleness. Well, that is true but only in part. One way or another but both young people in the Western world and Russia face very often one and the same serious problem: they just cannot get a job. According to the official statistics youth unemployment in Russia is about 27%, it is much higher than the average rate in the world, which is about 12%. On my essay I would like to write about the current situation in Russia, to examine causes of youth unemployment in this country, and to define any possible effects it can lead to. There are a number of causes of youth unemployment, which ultimately result in negative consequences for Russia’s economy and social life. In the first place, the economy in Russia is still much weaker than in developed Western countries. And the recession of 2009 has not played in Russia’s favor. In fact the workplaces in the country are simply not being created. In the second place, there is a really weak link between educational institutes and the real job market, hence a lot of graduates have qualifications...
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