Caught in transition

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Amid the huge shift of Victoria’s economic base from manufacturing to services over the past 30 years, young people continue to be unemployed or underemployed at far higher rates than the general labour force. Dina Bowman drills down into the figures to see how young people have fared in a changing jobs market and looks at what we need to do to improve their prospects in the future.

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