State of the young people's workforce report
Three annual young people's workforce reports covering the years, 2008, 2009 and 2010 will be produced. These reports will establish the baseline data position and measure changes over the three year period in relation to the young people's workforce in England.
LMW Research Ltd. were commissioned to carry out the 2009 State of the Young People's Workforce Report. This report evaluates the current young people's workforce as at August 2008 and maps changes over the next three years. Collation of existing data has finished. The first report has now been published and is available below:
A picture worth millions: State of the Young People's Workforce Report
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