50 per cent of what is called nine, that is, 1.7 million, secondary school studies; 1.1 million secondary schools; 500 thousand with a primary and 250 thousand with a technical or professional career.
By characterizing the environment, Center for Public Finance Studies of the Chamber of Deputies He noted that there are more young people in households where the head of the household does not have access to social security, is employed in the tertiary sector, an undergraduate and recognized worker or who has studied up to the secondary school.
The study of the Chamber of Deputies of the International Labor Organization (ILO)when he explained that "the proportion of young people who do not have a job or study, is a relatively new indicator that is relevant due to its implications of public policy, especially labor and social development."
The Center for Study added that "The broad acceptance of this concept is linked to the potential to address a comprehensive range of vulnerability among young people, tackling issues such as poverty, marginalization, unemployment and employment informal, school leaks and other social needs. "
He also criticized the distribution of the subsidy for young people, because he said that only 1.3 per cent of those who do not study or work and do not have a follow up register.
The document highlighted that 142 million of 74,000 528 pesos were allocated over the past three years to meet the education, health and equal opportunities needs of young people aged 12 to 29.