For the exit from the state of the Hartz IV System is for young people, a diploma is more important than the question of whether the parents have received unemployment benefit II. This was the result of the Institute for labour market and occupational research (IAB) on Tuesday published study. It was studied over more than six years of the career of almost 10,000 young people in the Transition from school to working life.
Only in the case of a part group is a "considerable risk" of permanent Hartz-IV, therefore, was-cover. "It's not just young people who have already purchased in the household of her parents, unemployment benefit II," said the authors. "The main risk is that you achieve no or only a low school degree."
The majority had to rely, therefore, in this period, never to unemployment benefit II. A part I purchased from you this over a number of years in the community of need of the parents. Many of you would have solved it by making a successful Transition into vocational training and gainful employment. "This is not an unemployment benefit II over several years of life in the Phase of Transition from school to work is necessarily a reference to a vulnerable acquisition integration", said the author Juliane Achatz and Brigitte Schels.Updated Date: 07 July 2020, 06:19