How Young People are Faring 2004

How Young People are Faring 2004 reveals disturbing numbers of young people are being left behind, facing insecure employment, and reduced earnings over the long-term.

As well as increased likelihood of poorer health and social disadvantage. The number of teenagers not in full-time study or full-time work is the highest than at any time in the last six years.

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Author: Dusseldorp Skills Forum

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