2/3 young Americans are neet? The news with the OECD recently released an article titled "Social Research Report, the report scan" aimed at the family in the state of young people, the study selects some social indicators, such as poverty, employment, marriage and health. In addition, the OECD also conducted a survey of modern living, that is, the study of 15-29 years old young people living situation. Since the great depression, there has been a dramatic change in the trend of young people living in the world, according to the oecd. From 2007 to 2014, the proportion of young people and parents living in OECD countries increased by 0.7% to reach $59.4%. From 2007 to 2014, the OECD proportion of young people live with their parents as the previous forecast, by the global economic crisis of the largest countries, such as Italy, Slovenia and Greece’s young people live with their parents in the highest proportion, respectively 80.6%, 76.4% and 76.3%. This is not surprising, because like Greece and Italy not only by economic crisis, these countries there are young people and their parents shared culture. In addition, the unemployment rate of young people in these countries is the highest. In fact, as shown below, nearly 40 million of young people in OECD countries are in a state of unemployment, no education or training, and nearly 15%. Italy and Greece topped the list, followed by Turkey. In 2015, the OECD 15-29 year olds are unemployed, have not received the state diagram of education or training proportion; twitter of the OECD, OECD 15% young people, nearly 40 million people in a: unemployment, did not receive education or training in the state. On the other hand, Canada young people and parents share the lowest rate, only 30%. The Scandinavian countries, including Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway four young people and their parents to share the proportion is very low. From the deterioration of the terms of the French champion in this respect, the French young people and their parents flat-share increased from 12.5% in 2007 soared to 53.5%. The study found that the proportion of French inflation is due to the sharp rise in the number of unemployed or unemployed young people in france. In 2015, the proportion of unemployed or educated young people in France reached 16.6%, a substantial increase compared to a few years ago. According to the American news agency, Claire, an economist at the OECD’s social policy distribution, said Keane, "the OECD believes that this situation has become a crisis. In France, many people rely on their parents to live. Young people get financial support from their parents." As for the United States, from 2007 to 2014, the proportion of young people and their parents share rose 3.9%, significantly higher than the OECD average. At present, the young people and their parents share ratio of 66.6%, higher than 62.8% before the financial crisis. In 2014, the sketch map of OECD countries youth and parents share proportion. The results of the OECD study and the Pugh study相关的主题文章: