@ImpetusPEF - Hartlepool, Durham and Hull face the biggest challenges for levelling up for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds
Impetus data set reveals the areas with the widest ‘employment gap’ between rich and poor, leaving thousands of young people locked out of the labour market
New data gives the fullest picture yet of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) across England, giving NEET rates by disadvantage and qualification level in every local authority
The latest data shows that 36% of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in Hartlepool were NEET, and 34% in Durham and Hull
A new online data map today reveals for the first time the areas in which young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are most likely to be out of work.
Today's Graduate Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data shows that 84.4% of young people who were eligible for free school meals are in sustained employment or further study five years after graduating, with only a 3.5%pt gap with their better-off peers.
With young people most likely to be furloughed or made redundant since the start of the pandemic, the package announced in last week’s Budget didn’t deliver the opportunities that young people so vitally need.
Five key areas of vital importance for the #YouthJobsGaps
Almost a year ago I stood in front of a fairly sizable audience at Park Plaza hotel at Westminster Bridge to launch the eighth report in a series of Impetus research reports on youth employment called the Youth Jobs Gap series.
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