Youth unem­ploy­ment, a case for a more local approach?

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Many thanks to Trevor Dance who shared the following inform­a­tion with the group at our Monday Meetup at Matthews Yard (040213)

The figures below supports Collage’s belief that people are being trained for and hoping for non-existing jobs. We advocate that it would be sensible to also be more proactive and look at news ways of finding and creating work for yourself.

Nikki

Youth unem­ploy­ment, a case for a more local approach?

According to the LGA’s research, there are currently 33 different national schemes, covering 13 different age bound­aries, costing £15bn a year.
More than 94,000 people completed hair and beauty courses last year, even though there were only 18,000 new jobs in the sector, it added.
By contrast, in con­struc­tion, around 123,000 people were trained for around 275,000 advert­ised jobs.
The LGA said this was partly caused by colleges being paid for every student who receives a qual­i­fic­a­tion, regard­less of the local need for those skills.”
From BBC report: http://​www​.bbc​.co​.uk/​n​e​w​s​/​u​k​-​p​o​l​i​t​i​c​s-21298784

Full Local Government Association report: http://​www​.local​.gov​.uk/​c​/​d​o​c​u​m​e​n​t​_​l​i​b​r​a​r​y​/​g​e​t​_​f​i​l​e​?​u​u​i​d​=​f​e​612120​-​4​c​27​-​4​d​97​-​a​855​-​74244​b​511410​&​a​m​p​;​g​r​o​upId=10171

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