Youth unemployment and the inability of young people to enter the labour market is a persistent problem of global development. According to ILO estimates, 13 percent of young people globally are unemployed, following a rapid increase in youth unemployment during the global crisis 2007-2010. The skills that young people build during their studies, life-long learning opportunities for young adults (as well as older groups) and linkages between formal and vocational schooling and the labour market prove to be important policy levers for making sure young people are integrated into the labour force and contribute economically and socially to society. Skills development is a primary means of enabling young people to make a smooth transition to work. We focus on the measurement of policies that aim to integrate young women and men in the labour market, including relevant and quality skills training provision of, labour market information, career guidance and employment services and entrepreneurship training and services for youth.