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In Norway, children born into low socio-economic backgrounds face a higher risk of becoming NEET in their youth ...

„In Norway, children born into low socio-economic backgrounds face a higher risk of becoming NEET in their youth. Young people whose mother did not have an uppersecondary education are more than twice as likely to be NEET as the children of tertiary educated mothers. This effect is strongest for 15-19 year-olds, indicating a particularly strong effect of parental education on upper-secondary school drop-out.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „Investing in Youth: Norway“ (2018), S. 44