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Engaging disengagement

Disengaged students If the data is consistent 10% of youths between the age of 16 to 18 are not engaged in education, employment, or training (a stitch in time: tackling educational disengagement). The ongoing cost for people who have disengaged will grow ever-increasing as society relies less on unskilled labor. Technological change, greater labor market flexibility, and economic reforms are transforming the workplace. In Australia the labor growth sections are; Health Care and Social Assistance Professional, Scientiļ¬c and Technical Services Education and Training Mining  Construction  The jobs in decline are; Manufacturing  Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing The Future Of All Work, And Not Just For Creatives - trends in USA :   “With the avalanche of new products, new technologies, and new ways of working, workers are going to have to become more creative in order to benefit from these changes.” The disengaged ex-students have a decreasing employment p