(Mouse over the chart to see the data)Based on the definition of labour market transition, the stages of transition are as follows:
I. Transited – A young person who has “transited” is one who is currently employed in:
- a) a stable job, whether satisfactory or non-satisfactory; or
- b) a satisfactory but temporary job; or
- c) satisfactory self-employment.
II. In transition – A young person is still “in transition” their status is one of the following:
- a) currently unemployed (relaxed definition); or
- b) currently employed in a temporary and non-satisfactory job; or
- c) currently in non-satisfactory self-employment; or
- d) currently inactive and not in education or training, with an aim to look for work later.
III. Transition not yet started – A young person whose “transition has not yet started” is one who is either of the following:
- a) still in school and inactive (inactive students); or
- b) currently inactive and not in education or training (inactive non-students), with no intention of looking for work.