Employment rates of recent graduates (20-34 years) by sex

This indicator provides information on the employment of young people aged 20 to 34 years who have completed their education and training during the three previous years by sex . The aim of the European Union (Horizon 2020) places this rate at 82%. The indicator is reported by sex with the aim of observing potential differences between the two groups.

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