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What do young people think about the future of work?


While the world as a whole has attained a level of prosperity higher than ever before, serious challenges remain about the quantity and quality of jobs available. Young people are particularly affected by this.

It is important for us to learn how the world of work is changing and how these changes can be addressed. The ILO’s Future of Work Centenary Initiative is contributes to answering these questions. We want to learn about the perceptions, aspirations and recommendations of young women and men for the future of work. The present survey is part of such an effort. 

What is your main occupation? How do you want your work to be? How will the world of work change in the next years and what might be your place within it? 

If YOU are a person aged 15 to 29 years, we kindly invite you to participate in this survey.

Your opinion matters to us, and we THANK YOU in advance for your contribution.

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