By Euro Weekly News Media • 28 February 2015 • 17:05
THE youth information centre of Palma, Palmajove, handled around 11,400 enquiries in 2014.
It received more than 300,000 visits and gave information to 900 youths, according to the Councillor for Commerce, Work, Youth and Participation, Esperanza Crespi, who added that users rated their satisfaction after they were assisted with an average mark of 4.58 out of five.
“Web queries have also increased by 100,000 per year, going from 196,000 in 2013 to more than 300,000 in 2014,” said the councillor.
Most users requested information about education services, course offered by the council and employment offers. The service also advised users on legal, psychological and sexual matters amongst others.
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