Should universities lower entry grades for disadvantaged young people?

You might have seen the news this week that Bristol University would be lowering entry grades fro students from disadvantaged […]


A generation of unease

The Disability Employment Conundrum

The quest to find stable and high-quality employment has almost certainly been one of the defining challenges that have set […]


Youth unemployment and the continuing challenges

Article by Ben Fisher, YEUK Ambassador Last week it was revealed that youth unemployment is costing British taxpayers ¬£45 billion, […]


The Labels We Give Our Young People

Our CEO was invited to give a TEDX Talk in Cumbria in September this year. Her video is now live […]


Apprenticeship survey for small employers in England

Apprenticeship reform has been in the spotlight since the Government launched¬†The Future of Apprenticeships in England: Implementation Plan in October […]


The careers strategy

Read my article in FE Week about the current careers strategy from the Department for Education: FE Week Article You […]


Governments have failed a generation of young people, say Lords

On the 8th of April the House of Lords published their report on Social Mobility. Youth Employment UK was delighted […]


My Future Career – The Family Barrier

By Rhiannon Wilson When I dropped out of college last year it was with a hesitant decision to go when […]


YEUK Ambassadors at Parliament

Our report on #NationalLivingWage and young people

Today the new National Living Wage comes into force so that workers over the age of 25 will now earn […]


How is family a barrier to your future career? – My Future Career

Paul Cashman-Roberts I have grown up like many people believing that family is probably the most important entity in life, […]