Spencer Thompson explores the issue of youth unemployment and why it is more and more young people are struggling to gain employment.
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Since the coalition took office long term youth unemployment has risen to over 70,000, according to figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Jonathan Clifton, senior research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research, explains why the rise in apprenticeships is not as good as it looks.
The UK has the third worst level of youth unemployment in the OECD, with only crisis-hit Greece and Spain having higher levels, a new report out today reveals.
The only way to help young people make the right personal choices is through one-to-one, trained advisers.
New figures from HESA reveal rising graduate unemployment on the same day as Department of Education stats show an increase in numbers of 16-18 year old NEETs.
According to NIESR’s report this morning, persistently weak demand is maintaining high unemployment, and may lead to a permanently higher rate of joblessness.
The Welsh government yesterday outlined plans for 12,000 new jobs for young people over the next three years, reports Left Foot Forward’s Ed Jacobs.