Guide on Measuring Decent Jobs for Youth


The guide offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the topics of results measurement and impact assessment, their practical application in the youth employment field and how evidence created via results measurement strategies can lead to improved programming.

Instructional material | 02 May 2018
The Guide aims to equip ILO constituents and stakeholders with a full set of concepts and tools needed to make informed decisions about how to best measure and evaluate the results of youth employment programmes. It
contributes to the evidence base for “what works” in youth employment and thereby advances the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Guide offers direction on a wide range of evaluation methods and encourages users to select the most appropriate design feasible in the context of their youth employment intervention. Each note contains a case study, live stories of youth employment practitioners grappling with challenges of M&E.