Decent Work and Development of Youth Entrepreneurship - Monitoring Indicators

The monitoring indicators for the overall follow of the objective are:

  • Satisfaction of young people with their work status.
  • Employment rates of graduates from different levels of education.
  • Percentage of young people employed.
  • Percentage of young people who are self-employed.
  • Percentage of complaints from young people submitted to the Labor Inspectorate.
  • Number of audits finding young people in undeclared work, including vulnerable social groups.
  • Percentage of young people in trade unions and professional associations.
  • Percentage of young unemployed among the working population.
  • Percentage of long-term young unemployed.
  • Percentage of young people with temporary work contracts.
  • Percentage of young people registered with the National Employment Agency (OAED).
  • Percentage of young people who receive subsidies from OAED or other public organization in order to find a job.
  • Percentage of young farmers and employees in the primary sector.
  • Percentage of young people with disabilities in the workplace.
  • Percentage of vulnerable youth groups in the workplace.
  • Percentage of young women in the workplace.
  • Percentage of young women in managerial posts.
  • Comparison of men’s and women’s pay rate for equal work.
  • Percentage of young people participating in OAED programs.
  • Percentage of posts announced in the state sector taken by young people.
  • Percentage of posts announced in the private sector taken by young people.
  • Percentage of young graduates and researchers who emigrated for employment reasons.
  • Percentage of young graduates and researchers returning to Greece.
  • Percentage of young people working abroad who wish to return to Greece.
  • Percentage of self-employed young people.
  • Percentage of young people who establish their own business.
  • Percentage of young people using the state funding toolkit for entrepreneurship.
  • Percentage of young people in the primary sector.
  • Percentage of young people benefiting from entrepreneurship training programs.
  • Percentage of young people participating in the Erasmus + program for young entrepreneurs.
  • Percentage of young people using collaborative workspaces.
  • Percentage of young people who received support from Centres of Support of Social and Inclusive Economy (KALO).
  • Percentage of young people participating in social enterprises.
  • Percentage of young prisoners, released prisoners and young offenders active in social entrepreneurship.
  • Percentage of young people that receive training in entrepreneurship.
  • Percentage of young people benefiting from the National Labour Agency (OAED) apprenticeships.
  • Percentage of young people who have received a training voucher.
  • Percentage of young people neither in employment nor education or training.
  • Percentage of young people participating in apprenticeship programs.
  • Percentage of young people who found work through a University’s Career Office.
  • Percentage of surveys related to linking education and working life.
  • Percentage of young people served by Centers of Counseling and Orientation for young people up to 25 years old.
  • Percentage of young people who have received career guidance at school.
  • Percentage of agencies using YouthPass.
  • Percentage of young people enrolled in schools of second-chance.
  • Percentage of young prisoners, released prisoners and young people in the process of social reintegration who have been trained or participated in an apprenticeship program.
  • Percentage of young immigrants in the labor market.
  • Percentage of young immigrants who have been trained or participated in an apprenticeship program.
  • Percentage of young people speaking 2+ foreign languages.
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