The Million Jobs campaign stands up for young people without work.

We want government, companies and communities to make a big, organised effort to give our young people a first shot.

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Varsity Blues Report

Varsity Blues – Time for Apprenticeships to Graduate?

  A landmark new study by the Million Jobs campaign has found that for every one pound of funding, higher apprentices generate £85 in revenue to the Exchequer. In contrast, graduates from ‘new’ (post-1992) universities generate two-thirds less revenue (£51) … Read More…

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Falling youth unemployment – but the worst off stay trapped in toxic cycle of joblessness

It must be full steam ahead with plans to have every school leaver getting a job or continuing with training or education

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