Launch of the 2019 Youth Voice Census

Youth Employment UK’s Youth Voice Census has launched for 2019. This annual survey is a temperature check of how young people aged 14 – 24 are feeling on a range of issues relating to their transition from education to employment. It is important that we hear from the widest cohort of young people in order that we can provide a detailed picture of the youth population. We are therefore working with a number of partners to share the survey amongst their networks.

Complete the 2019 Youth Voice Census here

Youth voice is at the heart of everything we do at Youth Employment UK. This survey allows young people to share their opinions on the issues facing them and their experiences of the services on offer, and enables us to build a picture of how young people are navigating the transition from education to employment. Last year 1,498 young people offered  their views and since then we have been working with partners and policy makers to share what is working well and what could be improved.

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