what businesses want and thus emphasise the wrong things”. Fields in the Sciences in Technology has found itself in need of high demand, but have youngsters with no qualifications for the job. Thus, Stem (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) sets to promote science/technology careers by appealing to more young people towards science. Spain:According to Juan Ramón García, Spanish youth unemployment is a phenomenon that has worsened during the current crisis. The unemployment rate of those unemployed under 25 has doubled. In fact, the unemployment of youngsters has been 1.5 times that in the EU average in 2015 and 3.1 times that in Germany for the last 20 years. Spain has a historically high early school leaving rate amongst those of 18 to 24; Spain’s rate (30.6%). Overall, this complicates transition for work for the young; causing a negative and constant consequences job prospect. Early school leaving on youth unemployment has been evident as unemployment among those with the lowest level of education rose almost “30 percentage points (pp) between 2007 and 2010 to 49.6%, 15.3pp more than among those who reached the second stage of secondary education and 20.7pp more than those who obtained a university degree”. Greece:As Greece entered the EU, Greece had a growth increase from 2000-2008. But its weaknesses and large public debt were exposed in 2009 when they reported that their fiscal data was misreported. The government deficit for 2008 was increased from 5.0% to 7.7% to 9.4% of GDP and for 2009 it increased from 3.7% to 12.5%. The Greece case is a combination of external forces and domestic weaknesses. By 2010, the majority of EU states has returned to a positive trend, while Greece deepened in recession. Greeces supported the idea that a “welfare state was virtually unreformable; while social spending soared (usually without visible improvements in outcomes), reforms failed one after another (or, as in many cases, failed to be formulated in the first place), and the whole edifice appeared to be unassailable”.