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  • 02 Feb 2005
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 100
Content• Preface• Summary• Background and rationale of the study• Complexity of young consumers’ credit-based lifestyles and payment problems• Research setting and research questions• Methods and materials• Consumption practices and credit use as...
  • 17 May 2013
  • Bjørn Halvorsen, Ole-Johnny Hansen, Jenny Tägtström
  • Pages: 44
The unemployment among young people is considerably higher than the overall unemployment in the Nordic region. A growing group of young people in the Nordic countries are at a great risk of permanent exclusion with regard to working life and society,...
  • 16 Mar 2016
  • T.N. Hanvold, Pete Kines, M. Nykänen, S. Ólafsdóttir, S. Thomée, K.A. Holte, J. Vuori, M. Wærsted, K.B. Veiersted
  • Pages: 99
A sustainable working life that prevents work-related health problems and facilitate inclusion of young workers is vital to ensure the health, safety and work participation among young workers in the Nordic countries.
  • 27 Sep 2013
  • Elizabeth Bengtsen, Elisabeth Framke, Pete Kines, Anne Salmi
  • Pages: 68
An attractive working environment that is inclusive and prevents work-related health problems is important to ensure that as many as possible can participate in the working life. During the Swedish presidency in the Nordic Council of Ministers 2013,...
  • 08 Sep 2015
  • Karsten Albæk, Rita Asplund, Erling Barth, Lena Lindahl, Kristine Von Simson, Pekka Vanhala
  • Pages: 297
Young people follow highly different trajectories from age 16 up to age 20, a time period which is often argued to be the most critical in terms of their future labour market outcomes. The focus of this report is on investigating the look of these...
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