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What works for youth employment? : The case of youth allowance in Seoul

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Frame of Image h (18.7% of 15-29 year-old men in 2016) – The OECD averages are 11.9% and 11.8%, respectively.
• Different types of “inactive” young people
– About a half of the NEET youth in Korea prepare for exams – About a third answer they “did nothing”
• Labor market segmentation
– By firm size: large enterprise vs. SME – By contract type: regular vs. non-regular workers
First Jobs Matter
• Long-term consequences of first job characteristics in Korea (Han, 2017)
– An IV estimation result exploiting the variation in local labor market conditions (e.g., Neumark, 2002; von Watcher and Bender, 2006; Oyer, 2006; Kahn, 2010) – High school graduates: The earnings at the first job since graduation have highly persistent effects on subsequent earnings (ρ≈1) – College graduates: The initial earnings have persistent effects on individual employment
• The length of the transitional period from graduation to first job entry also matters
− Especially for 4-yr college graduates, mainly through loss of experience
Part-B
ALMPs for Youth
ALMPs for Youth in Korea
• Wage subsidies (mostly to SMEs)
– Employer side: Subsidy for Additional Youth Employment
• KRW 9,000,000 per additional youth employment
– Employee side: the Mutual Aid Program for Youth
• Type A (2 yrs): KRW 16,000,000 (Net subsidy: KRW 13,000,000) • Type B (3 yrs): KRW 30,000,000 (Net subsidy: KRW 24,000,000)
• Public employment service
– Youth Employment Success Package (YESP)
• Stage 1: Counseling (4 weeks) • Stage 2: Training (up to 8 mont


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Title What works for youth employment?
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The case of youth allowance in Seoul

Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Han, Joseph

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[Sejong] : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2018-12
Event [WB-KDI School International conference] The Changing Nature of Work: Are We Ready?
Pages 13
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < General
Social Development < Population
Social Development < Employment
Holding KDI School
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