Young, Jobless and European
Unemployment in Europe remains a stubborn problem - even at the very heart of Europe. Tanya Beckett reports from Brussels on youth unemployment.
Unemployment in Europe remains a stubborn problem - even at the very heart of the continent - Brussels. Up to 20% of adults in Belgium's capital city are out of work. Tanya Beckett reports from Brussels on the extent of youth unemployment and initiatives to help young immigrants find jobs. We hear from Matthieu Le Grelle, managing director and co-founder of DUO for a JOB, and job seeker Hala Alhelou. And, we speak to Bart Vanhercke of the OSE think tank.
Also, Tanya takes the temperature of Europe's business leaders at the European Business Summit. Do they think Greece should stay in or leave the Eurozone? We hear from Markus J. Beyrer, director general of the business lobby group BusinessEurope, and Koen De Leus, economist at the banking group KBC. And, we hear the thoughts of local businessman Guillaume Desobry of The Waffle Factory franchise.
(Photo: Statue outside the European Commission, Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)