New blog post from STYLE partner University of Oviedo

In 2014 youth employment and unemployment in Spain exhibited  a weak change of trend, increasing (0.6 per cent points) and decreasing (2 per cent points) respectively, while youth active labour population continued to decrease (see graph). The local advisory board of the project STYLE identified some innovations in youth employment policies in the same year amidst a general important policy inertia.

http://www.informe-espana.es/mercado-laboral-juvenil-y-politicas-de-empleo/