How a gap year can help you get focused

Sam McGuirk is an inspirational young person who has really grabbed the opportunities around him to make the most of […]

Youth Employment and the Budget

A review by Laura-Jane Rawlings As 12:30 approached I was hopeful that we might see some positive things in today’s […]

UKCES Employer Perspectives Survey 2014

The biennial Employer Perspectives Survey from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills provides insight into the thoughts and behaviour of 18,000 employers across […]

The Winners of the Youth Friendly Awards 2014

Post by Laura-Jane Rawlings I was delighted to host the annual Youth Friendly Awards 2014 at Chelsea FC on Tuesday. […]

Minister presents awards at Youth Employment Showcase

Youth Employment UK CIC (YEUK) are hosting a celebration and awards event on the 25th of November at Chelsea FC […]

Kent County Council becomes first Youth Friendly Council in England

Youth unemployment has been at very high levels since 2010, some areas of Kent still have very high proportions of […]

Cheadle company Aspire-Education is officially ‘Youth Friendly’

Cheadle business, ‘Aspire-Education’ has been recognised for its commitment to supporting young people in the workplace. The company, which has […]


YEUK Ambassadors lead on tackling youth unemployment

Following on from the #YouthFriendlyMP Campaign, YEUK Ambassadors were asked to hold their own events that would help young people […]

*BLOG* Stop press! Another survey about young people lacking the skills for work!

The British Chamber of Commerce released their latest employer survey which says young people still lack the skills for work […]

Can you help one of our YEUK Members?

One of our brilliant organisational members is doing some research on the effectiveness of coaching young people who are unemployed. […]