Participation in the Labour Market - Generation Y and Other Age Groups

Agnieszka Stanimir

Abstract


The objective of the Europe 2020 strategy is to achieve the employment rate in 2020 on level of 75% for the European Union. Strategic objectives for the Member States are different. In Poland in 2020, the employment rate should reach 71%. Employment rates differs depending on age groups, gender and country in which it is measured. There are also many factors that mobilizing generations to maintain employment. These factors determine the level of employment rate. They also cause that determination of the participation of social groups in the labour market is a multi-dimensional task. The aim of the study is to examine the labour market participation of people from generation Y in comparisons to other age groups. People in this age group are guided by other values in lifestyle than older people. To achieve the objectives of the study were used statistical analysis methods adequate to the scale of measurement of factors observed on the labour market.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2014.v3n3p111


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