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<h2><a href="https://osf.io/gxpyw/" rel="nofollow">NEETs</a></h2> <p>Young people who not in education, employment or training (NEETs) pose a challenge for society. The percentage of these people is on the rise, due to a number of causes, among them changes in societal norms, and education and workforce pressures. Nowadays, a significant percentage (15-20%) of young people spend at least some time as NEET. NEETs pose a high cost for society, in terms of untouched potential (opportunity costs) and direct support costs. The current and future employability of NEETs therefore becomes of high interest. Current employability is harvested by encouraging employment, while future employability is advanced by encouraging further education. There are at least 3 types of NEETs: open to learning, sustained, and undecided. Each of these types poses different challenges. When hired, NEETs have a number of vulnerabilities that require a specific approach from HR practitioners, if their continuous engagement is to be preserved. NEETS also have a number of specific abilities, most of them typical for millenials that could be used to good effect by HR practices.</p>
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