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The geography of youth unemployment

by on August 30, 2016

The EY Foundation have released a report which offers an in-depth consideration of the UK’s youth unemployment:

This usefully dives beneath the headline employment statistics and offers analysis both by sector and by geography.

The city by city analysis has particularly been picked up in the news, including here in the Guardian, and particularly when viewed with the sector information offers an unusually localised analysis of what is too often presented as a headline rate.  It would be interesting to see a similar analysis for other age groups.

 

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