Number of young people in work down 7.6% in 10 years in Italy

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ROME. KAZINFORM - The number of people aged 15 to 34 in employment in Italy decreased by 7,6% between 2012 and 2022, the Censis research agency said Wednesday in a report compiled with business consulting agency Eudaimon, Kazinform cites ANSA.

It said the number of people aged 35 to 49 in work had dropped even more, by 14.8%.

The number of workers aged 50 to 64, on the other hand, rose by 40.8% in the same period, while the working over-65s increased by 68.9%.

Italy has an aging population and the report said the nation's work force is aging too.

It said the total number of workers in Italy would decrease by 1.6% by 2040.

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