Aged 14-24? Have your say in the Youth Voice Census 2020
Fill in the national Youth Voice Census to share your experience of life, study and work.
The annual survey, is run by Youth Employment UK and is a temperature check of how young people aged 14 – 24 are feeling on a range of issues relating to their change from education to employment.
Your responses are anonymous and they will 100% respect your privacy. Last year, an amazing 3,008 young people completed the survey which was showed to UK policy makers and shapers.
It is important to them that they hear from the wide range of young people so they can get a good picture of the youth population.
The census will remain open until 6th April 2020. Your voice matters.
More on the Youth Voice Census
Youth Voice Census is an annual survey, presented as a report with the results made available to the public shortly after the survey closes. The census explores youth employment issues including (but not limited to) careers advice, apprenticeships, social action and unemployment provision. It has been developed in collaboration with The Careers and Enterprise Company, Pearson, BP and The Skills Builder Partnership, The Youth Voice Census has also received support from subject experts including Education and Employers, WorldSkills UK, DfE and NYA.
More about Youth Employment UK
Youth Employment UK is an independent, not for profit social enterprise founded in 2012 to tackle youth unemployment.
As experts on youth employment and unemployment, they are ideally placed to understand the complex landscape facing young people, employers and policy makers.
They are actively tackling youth unemployment by:
- Giving young people a voice on the youth employment issues that affect themSupporting young people with the skills and careers support they need to progress
- Supporting employers to develop and be recognised for their youth friendly employment practice
- Connecting young people to Youth Friendly Employers
- Providing expert insight across all youth employment policy areas
For more information, please email email@example.com or call 01536 513388.
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