LJ Rawlings is the CEO of Youth Employment UK a national membership organisations that specialises in all things youth employment - government policy, best practice, training, recruitment, development and retention of young people. Youth Employment UK also represents more than 20,000 14-24 year olds who are part of the Young Professional network, a free membership programme that helps young people to develop the skills and knowledge of the world of work whilst also giving them a voice on the youth employment issues that affect them.
Young people in the UK have spoken. The Youth Voice Census captured data from 14 – 24 year olds across the UK earlier this year. Over 3,400 young people shared their views on a range of issues across education, work, job hunting, the impacts of COVID-19 and much more.
Over the past year, Youth Employment UK has seen an unprecedented need to support young people who have voiced their concerns about their future through the Youth Voice Census; a report that exists to share the views and experiences of young people aged 14-24 across the UK.
The Youth Employment Group (@YEUK2012) have launched their latest set of recommendations for Government in response to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis and the impact this has had on young people’s employment, education and training opportunities.
During the course of the last 15 months the Youth Employment Group has produced a number of papers and recommendations on youth employment policy areas. The Group meets frequently with Ministers, Civil Service Colleagues and its network of 250 Members to discuss the impact of Covid on youth unemployment and what more can be done to support young people.
Youth Employment UK (@YEUK2012) were delighted to be given the opportunity to talk to Minister for Employment @MimsDavies MP about the departments response to the impact Covid has had on youth unemployment.
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