How the economic crisis is hitting young people the hardest

I was recently invited to talk to CNBC about the impact the coronavirus is having on youth employment, you can watch the video here.


You can read the full article which also explores the global youth employment picture here.

As the piece explores young people are being hit the hardest by the economic consequences of Covid-19. We expect youth unemployment to continue to rise in the coming months and because of this Youth Employment UK has been working hard across our core focus areas to support young people, employers and help to shape policy that affects youth employment.

Read more about our work across the Youth Employment UK website.

 

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

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