2019 Youth Voice Census Overview & Initial Analysis

youth voice census results 2019

Youth Employment UK are delighted to present the 2019 Youth Voice Census.

More than 3000 young people aged 14-24 took part in this years census. Responding to more than 100 questions about their experiences and thoughts on the transition between education and employment.

You can now watch a webinar lead by Youth Employment UK discussing the key findings of the 2019 Youth Voice Census, sharing insight from the youth voice workshop and exploring some of our early analysis and plans to ensure this years findings are shared far and wide.

To download the full 2019 Youth Voice Census Report click here

To read our press release for the 2019 Youth Voice Census Report click here

If you would like more information about becoming a Youth Friendly Member of Youth Employment UK click here

If you would like to see our skills and careers information hub for young people, please click here

If you would like more information about the Youth Voice Census or working with Youth Employment UK including sponsorship, partnership or research opportunities please contact the team.

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For more information, please email info@youthemployment.org.uk or call 01536 513388.

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