Youth unemployment in the United Kingdom

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UK / 450 public sector jobs ‘lost daily’

Almost 450 jobs have been lost from councils and police forces across the UK every day since the coalition came to power, according to a new report. Unison said its study, published ahead of the latest unemployment figures, showed that the Government should do more to ease the jobs “crisis.” General secretary Dave Prentis said: … Continue reading

Youth Transitions / A function of how economic, education and employment policies interact

“Youth unemployment was rising since well before the current economic downturn, but the fallout from the financial crisis has brought it to the top of the government’s agenda and generated a plethora of publications and initiatives to tackle the problem.” write Tess Lanning and Katerina Rudiger in Youth unemployment in Europe: lessons for the UK (Adapted chosen excerpts by … Continue reading

UK youth employment challenge – A Report

By comparison to other European countries, youth unemployment in UK is just below average at around 22%, but it is rising and has been rising since 2005. This suggests structural causes beyond the current economic situation: The labour market has been changing in ways that impact negatively on young people Recruitment practices make it increasingly … Continue reading

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