YFG Launch Job Creation Survey

YFG Launch its Job Creation Survey to Collect Opinions from Young People in Ireland and Abroad on Boosting Job Creation

Today (Tuesday May 21st), Youth Fine Gael (YFG) launched its Job Creation survey. The survey will gather the views of young people in Ireland, as well as those who have already emigrated, about how job creation policy can be fortified and improved to create better opportunities for young people in Ireland.

This process was kick-started by the recent YFG Seminar, The Future for European Youth, and the survey will feed into YFG's upcoming Job Creation policy, which the autonomous youth political organisation will present to government.

Youth unemployment remains one of the most significant concerns affecting Ireland, and it is the single most pressing concern for young people. Our experience in the last five years of significant numbers of young people struggling to gain meaningful employment and consequently, considering emigration is something we recall from dark periods of Irish history. YFG want to ensure that we can end high levels of youth unemployment in Ireland that we see at present, and ensure that the future for young people is vastly improved in years to come," Patrick Molloy, YFG President said.

It is vital that those who are seen to be the most affected by youth unemployment – young people currently seeking employment or who have emigrated to seek employment – are given the opportunity to have their views reflected, which is what YFG has aimed to do with this survey," Timmy Eoin O'Sullivan, YFG Policy Officer said.

This survey will address many of core issues that can ensure job creation is a successful policy focus and at the core of government policy, and will give young people in Ireland an opportunity to voice their opinions about how to tackle the levels of unemployment and emigration among young Irish people," Timmy Eoin O'Sullivan continued.

The link to the survey is https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VZQ3TFK

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