The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Youth Employment UK recently published their third report which focuses on supporting those young people furthest from the labour market. They aim to promote youth employment in all its form and to promote the role of young people within he economy, ensuring that the voices of young people are heard and highlighting the need for quality opportunities.
The report details that young people still face too many barriers to employment as the unemployment rate for people aged 16-24 is significantly higher than people in older age brackets and has been since 1992, with the 2017 job index outlining that nearly 2 million young people are NEET and 811,000 (1 in 10) of those young people have been NEET for over a year, which is a drastic increase on the previous year (714,000.)
Based on their findings the APPG outlined several recommendations to government-
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Read the full report here.