This year's 2015 G-20 summit will be held in the tourist city of Antalya, Turkey, one of the leading hubs of growth in the region, and a shining star in a flaccid Turkish economy. However, in the backdrop this bustling city is a startling figure: 21.4 percent of youth are unemployed. However, this is not an issue that plagues just Antalya particularly and neither Turkey in general; but is a global problem.
As a result of the global financial and economic crisis, the unemployment rate for youth rose substantially in most G20 countries -- notably, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States -- and still has not returned to pre-crisis levels. An even greater problem is rampant inactivity, where young people are not engaged in education or training and risk social or economic exclusion.
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