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1) you headline did when the What think read you?


2) hear the word 'job' What springs to mind when you?


3) to easy in it How job is a difficult country find or your?


4) you read think about What what do you?


5) find young so Why a people difficult is job to for it?


6) you a ever job had problems Have finding?


7) find young to job can do a What people?


8) there are problems What unemployment youth with?


9) it job to to better find another to Is a country go?


10) really What like job to would do you?


11) article Did like this you reading?


12) to help young people find jobs What should governments do?


13) do to people work experience young voluntary get Should?


14) unemployment is particularly bad for women Why do you think?


15) ? are What unemployment high there reasons for youth


16) know you do What 2008 in collapse financial global the about?


17) youth unemployment What have effect on does health?


18) people What a do do can job not if young have they?


19) time no you long had would a you How for if job feel?


20) would to ILO questions like the What you ask?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Youth Unemployment - The 20 Questions


STUDENT A's QUESTIONS
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1)

What did you think when you read the headline?

2)

What springs to mind when you hear the word 'job'?

3)

How easy or difficult is it to find a job in your country?

4)

What do you think about what you read?

5)

Why is it so difficult for young people to find a job?

6)

Have you ever had problems finding a job?

7)

What can young people do to find a job?

8)

What problems are there with youth unemployment?

9)

Is it better to go to another country to find a job?

10)

What job would you really like to do?


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STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A)
 

11)

Did you like reading this article? Why/not?

12)

What should governments do to help young people find jobs?

13)

Should young people do voluntary work to get experience?

14)

Why do you think unemployment is particularly bad for women?

15)

What reasons are there for high youth unemployment?

16)

What do you know about the global financial collapse in 2008?

17)

What effect does youth unemployment have on health?

18)

What can young people do if they do not have a job?

19)

How would you feel if you had no job for a long time?

20)

What questions would you like to ask the ILO?



 

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