Youth Employment - MP Michael Tomlinson

Updated: Apr 16, 2020

"Those furthest from the labour market


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Those furthest from the labour market


https://www.michaeltomlinson.org.uk/sites/www.michaeltomlinson.org.uk/files/2018-02/Those%20Furthest%20From%20The%20Labour%20Market%20-%20Youth%20Employment%20APPG%20Report%20-%20S_0.pdf

Copied from the report. 

This report is not an official publication of the House of Commons or the House of Lords. It has not been approved by either House or its committees. All-Party Parliamentary Groups are informal groups of Members of both Houses with a common interest in particular issues. The views expressed in this report are those of the group. 

Next release date for unemployment stats 17th March 2020

Issues currently causing Youth Employment issues -  disability, mental health issues, low education attainment, homelessness, care leavers, carers, a criminal record and low aspirations. 

Recommendations to government: Ensure that all young people in education have access to work experience,

helping with the soft skills that are so important to securing employment.

Young people must be taught how to develop resilience 

There can be a range of factors that contribute to a young person being NEET. Evidence from the Big Lottery Talent Match Programme suggests that young people with more than one barrier face a longer journey to employment. Qualifications, personal circumstances, attitudes, mental health issues, behaviors and experiences can make up one or many of the challenges faced by young people.  Link to Webpage for APPG For Youth Employment. https://appgyouthemployment.org

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