Do young people feel prepared for work?

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As part of our work with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Employment we are currently looking at the transition young people have when moving from education into employment.

We want to understand if young people feel ready for life ahead of them after secondary education and what support young people from different parts of the UK experience. It is our hope that we will be able to see an improving picture and also get a sense of what works for young people and what more the Government and organisations can do to help.

16-24 year olds are invited to take part in this survey and we will share the findings once the survey ends on the 28th of February.

Please share the survey with young people in your networks to help us get a strong response. Access the link here.

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For more information, please email or call 01536 513388.

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