Youth Unemployment Will Cost £6.9 billion in 2022

The Prince’s Trust, the Learning and Work Institute and HSBC have released their report ‘Facing the Future: Employment prospects for […]


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What drives post-16 education choices and what are the consequences?

The Social Mobility Commission have published research into post-16 education in the UK covering what determines the course and qualification […]


Aged 14-24? Take Part in the UK Youth Voice Census for 2021

Our annual Youth Voice Census is now live for 2021. Young people aged 14 – 24 are welcome to share […]


UCAS Survey : influences on education choices and next steps

UCAS have produced a report based on survey results of students at GCSE, A Level and degree-level study. The report […]


Disability, Additional Needs and Accessibility in the workplace : Youth Voice Forum

The Youth Voice Forum met for the second time on Tuesday (16th March) to discuss Disability, Additional Needs and Accessibility […]


Generation Z-End: Young people deserve more Government support according to new research

Under 25s have been hit hardest by the economic repercussions of the pandemic* and new research out today has revealed […]


Reflections on a year of lockdowns

As we mark the 12 month anniversary of the first lockdown today, I wanted to take the time to reflect […]


New call for a triple-lock to secure youth employment

National Youth Agency and Youth Employment UK launch their latest report. Young people who face the biggest barriers to work […]


Nominations open for BAME Apprenticeship Awards

The BAME Apprenticeship Awards in partnership with Pearson celebrates the outstanding work and achievement of apprentices from Black, Asian, Minority […]


Labour Market Statistics : March 2021

The ONS have released the latest Labour Market Overview covering the months November 2020 – January 2021, there is additional […]