How Young People are Faring 2000

A 2000 update about the learning and work situation of young Australians.

This report addresses questions such as:

  • How are young people faring in their move from full-time education to fulltime work?
  • What proportion of young people are at risk of not making a successful transition and how does this compare over time?
  • How well do young people do in Australia compared with other similar countries?
  • Is the educational level of young Australians improving?
  • How do our levels of educational attainment compare with other countries?

Author: Dusseldorp Skills Forum

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