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Published in 27/11/2023

The Youth Indicators Panel is a tool that allows visualizing and analyzing data on young people aged 15 to 29 in Brazil, based on data from the Continuous National Household Sample Survey (Continuous PNAD) and the Basic Education Evaluation System (SAEB). The objective is to provide relevant information for the planning and evaluation of public policies aimed at this segment of the population.

The panel addresses three main themes: Sociodemographic Characteristics, Capacity Development and Productive Insertion. Each theme contains a set of indicators that portray aspects such as family composition, income, schooling, proficiency in Portuguese language and mathematics, occupation, unemployment, among others. The indicators are presented in interactive graphs that allow you to compare different groups of young people and follow the evolution of the data over time.

The panel also offers the possibility of opening the indicators by geographic region, area, sex, skin color or race, and age group. Thus, it is possible to identify the existing inequalities among young Brazilians and the specificities of each group.

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