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GETTING YOUNG PEOPLE BACK TO WORK

Following a piece on Tortoise News earlier in the week, Jill Treanor’s report in yesterday's Sunday Times business section replays this week's Office of National Statistics alarm about a generation that is stuck and now ghosting the workplace.


Rozzy Amos of The Prince's Trust speaks of a loss of confidence and feeling that their skills won’t find a home in the job market:


‘It doesn’t help that young people feel they’re the ones doing something wrong and not being part of society, but ultimately they’re pretty desperate to be connected with their community’.


The implications of this generational stasis are far reaching.


BUT

We can turn this tide.

We can get to the root of the issues.

We can stop wasting £ on sticking plasters.


It's here: Venture Your Self





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