Empowering Young Workers

Digital automation of work brings many uncertainties in employment and social conditions for different groups of the society such as young workers.

Even if it is important to focus on new technical skills that are required to perform ‘jobs of the future’, there is also a need to look beyond the skill discourse, by addressing such issues as the quality of these new jobs and the social partner contributing to policy-making process.

It is important to give the youth a voice and to focus in this context on upskilling, reskilling and training, new ways of organising and collective bargaining and social rights and protection.

Our Activites

15.02.2021 | Event, Social Responses to Digitalisation, Digital Europe

On Februrary 15, the ETUC Youth Committee and the FES Competence Center Future of Work organized a high-level conference on youth recovery.



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1040 Brussels

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Johanna Lehmann

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