The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation has developed a set of graphics to demonstrate the changes in employment and labor force participation among youth age 16 to 24 during COVID-19.

The Interagency Working Group on Youth programs has created a new page on youth.gov that has statistics about youth unemployment during COVID-19.

Youth.gov is a one-stop resource on youth to help federal grantees and other stakeholders find information about youth topics, implement evidence-based programs, locate programs and funding opportunities, and access other youth-related support.

  • Youth.gov has developed a set of graphics to demonstrate the changes in employment and labor force participation among youth age 16 to 24 during COVID-19. Unemployment rates among youth ages 16 to 24 remain higher than among older age groups. We plan to update these numbers monthly.

The Youth Engaged 4 Change (YE4C) website helps youth to find opportunities, answers, and inspiration. Examples of recent YE4C and youth.gov products are: