Youth Employment UK welcomes Department of Health and Social Care

We are delighted to welcome the Department of Health and Social Care as our newest Youth Friendly Employer you can […]


Supporting the Construction Sector to become Youth Friendly

On Friday 27th October, Youth Employment UK’s CEO Laura-Jane Rawlings was interviewed by the TRIBE Network on youth friendly employment […]


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Youth Jobs Gap webinar: Establishing the Employment Gap

We were delighted to welcome Sam Windett Director or Policy from Impetus to present at the APPG for Youth Employment […]


T-Level Update

The Department for Education have shared with us this update on T-Levels for our networks. T-level updates: The Institute for […]


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Apprenticeship starts still below potential

Universities UK have recently published a survey of almost 1000 school leavers, looking to understand the level of understanding young […]


Getting exam results news – tips from a National Careers Service Adviser

National Careers Service adviser Julie Taylor offers these useful tips on getting exam results news and thinking about what to […]


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Youth unemployment is a Rubik’s Cube – you can’t work each colour in isolation

Youth Employment UK’s Founding CEO Laura-Jane Rawlings presents youth unemployment as a Rubik’s Cube. You can’t work each issue, or […]


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Elitism in Britain 2019

Britain’s most influential people are over 5 times more likely to have attended private schools, according to the latest Social […]


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MPs sign up to the Youth Friendly MP Charter

On the 17th June, Youth Employment UK and the APPG for Youth Employment invited MPs to attend a drop-in session […]


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Latest youth unemployment data

Unemployment for ages 16-17 The latest ONS data shows that the UK 16-17 year old unemployment levels have undergone tremendous […]