Youth unemployment can lead to long-term cognitive and emotional scars

. Youth unem­ploy­ment pro­duces mul­ti­ple scar­ring effects (British Pol­i­tics & Pol­i­cy): “Being unem­ployed when young leads to a high­er like­li­hood of long-term ‘scar­ring’ in lat­er life in terms of sub­se­quent low­er pay, high­er unem­ploy­ment and reduced life chances accord­ing to much research…There is also evi­dence of greater men­tal health prob­lems in their 40s or 50s

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