Skills under-utilisation (%) in Italy compared to EU in 2014

The countries with the highest level of under-skilling in 2014 were:

1. Estonia (14.9%)
2. Lithuania (11.5%)
3. Latvia (10.3%)
4. Finland (10.2%)
5. Malta (9.6%)

The countries with the highest level of over-qualification rate of young tertiary graduates in 2016 were:

1. Greece (43.3%)
2. Cyprus (41.2%)
3. Spain (40.3%)
4. Ireland (36.3%)
5. Austria (30.1%)

The countries with the highest level of skills obsolescence in 2014 were:

1. Estonia   (73.1%)
2. Czech Republic (68.2%)
3. Slovenia (65.0%)
4. Lithuania (64.3%)
5. Romania (62.9%)

The countries with the highest level of skills under-utilisation in 2014 were:

1. Austria  (53.8%)
2. United Kingdom (50.7%)
3. Greece (47.3%)
4. Germany (45.0%)
5. Ireland (43.4%)

The countries with the highest rate of under-skilling at hiring in 2014 were:

1. Estonia    (40.3%)
2. Lithuania (37.1%)
3. Latvia (35.9%)
4. Slovakia (34.7%)
5. Czech Republic (33.6%)

The countries with the highest rate of NEETs in 2016 were:

1. Italy (19.8%)
2. Bulgaria (18.2%)
3. Romania (17.4%)
4. Croatia (16.9%)
5. Cyprus (16.0%)

The five countries with highest rate of long-term unemployment in 2016 were:

1. Greece (72.0%)
2. Bulgaria (63.1%)
3. Slovakia (60.2%)
4. Italy (57.4%)
5. Portugal (55.4%)

Skills obsolescence (%) in Italy compared to EU in 2014

Under-skilling (%) in Italy compared to EU in 2014

Under-skilling at hiring (%) in Italy compared to EU in 2014

NEET rate by age group 15-24 in Italy compared to EU in 2016

Long-term unemployment rate in Italy compared to EU in 2016