Youth (2015) [720p
Youth is a 2015 comedy-drama film written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino. It is the director's second English-language film, and stars Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel as best friends who reflect on their lives while holidaying in the Swiss Alps. It is a story of the eternal struggle between age and youth, the past and the future, life and death, commitment and betrayal. The cast also includes Rachel Weisz, Paul Dano, and Jane Fonda.
Youth (2015) [720p
Since the 1940s, Canadian youth aged 24 and younger have participated in the working world at a very different rate than older adults. From 1946 to 2015, the youth labour force participation rate (those who are employed or seeking employment) has varied from a low of 47.6% in 1964 to a high of 71.2% in 1989.
While adults aged 25 and older joined the labour force at a fairly steady rate from 1946 to 2015, the participation rate of young people was much less stable during this time. Following the Second World War, the proportion of youth aged 14 to 24 who were either working or seeking employment declined steadily for almost two decades, from 57.3% in 1946 to 47.6% in 1964. This decrease coincided with all provinces raising their school-leaving ages.
In 1965, Canada stopped including 14-year-olds in the Labour Force Survey. Following this change, the labour force participation rate for youth rose sharply, jumping from 48.1% in 1965 to 56.5% in 1966.
After plateauing during the rest of the 1960s, youth participation increased again in the 1970s, so that in 1981, almost 7 in 10 Canadians aged 15 to 24 (69.3%) were either employed or looking for work. Youth labour force participation reached its highest point in 1989, peaking at 71.2%.
The youth unemployment rate varied widely from 1946 to 2015. Relatively low until the mid-1950s, it climbed 5.9 percentage points from 1956 to 1958, peaking at 11.1%. While youth unemployment briefly dropped below 6% again in 1966 (5.6%), it was back up to 11.1% in 1971.
Regardless of the period considered, the youth unemployment rate has always been higher than the unemployment rate of older workers. The difference reflects a variety of factors. Whenever firms implement layoffs based on seniority rules, young workers are more likely to lose their job than their older counterparts. In addition, young workers are overrepresented in small firms, which tend to have higher-than-average layoff rates. Finally, at the beginning of their career, young workers change jobs more often than older workers, looking for a position whose requirements fit their skills. Such job searches sometimes entail some unemployment.
The decline in full-time employment rates among youth was driven mainly by gains in part-time employment rather than by decreases in labour force participation or higher unemployment. In other words, young people were more likely to work in part-time positions, often involuntarily, rather than be unemployed or leave the labour force.
Among those young workers with full-time jobs, wages varied substantially from the 1980s to the 2010s. The median hourly wage (in constant dollars) earned by youth aged 17 to 24 with full-time jobs declined steadily from 1981 to 1998, following similar patterns for both young men and young women. At the lowest point, in 1998, young men with full-time jobs earned 22.2% less than their predecessors in 1981, while young women were paid 18.8% less than young women in 1981.
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