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12 shows the activity status of youth by gender and per single year of age in 2006. The share of youth in education decreases slowly with age for young women and much faster for young men. By the age of 19½, about half of young men had left education in Canada, quite early compared with young women who leave education about two years later. A median school-leaving age lower than 20 is also encountered among young men in the United States and young men and women in France. In contrast, young women in Canada leave school nearly two years after their French counterparts and one year after their counterparts from the United States.
D) Excluding Switzerland. Unweighted average of countries shown. Source: National labour force surveys. JOBS FOR YOUTH: CANADA – ISBN-978-92-64-04648-1 © OECD 2008 CHAPTER 1. THE CHALLENGE AHEAD – 49 Less than one in ten young people was neither in employment, nor in education or training in 2005 While the youth unemployment rate remains a useful indicator, youth who face employment difficulties may be out of the labour force instead of unemployed. The increase in the out-of-the labour-force rate is partly accounted for by the growing share of youth who tend to stay in school.
Results of these surveys have been used extensively in research on school-to-work transitions. The NGS is especially valuable for comparative analyses of labour market performance of different types of post-secondary graduates. The most recent wave of the NGS was conducted in 2005 on graduates from the class of 2000 but very few results have been published so far. YITS is a longitudinal survey launched in the late 1990s to examine the patterns of, and influences on, major transitions in young people’s lives, particularly with respect to education, training and work.