Young women 'shut out of jobs market' by lack of support

Young women 'shut out of jobs market' by lack of support
 

Glynn, now 26, got pregnant at 16, and left school with very poor GCSEs.
It was a struggle to get work with a small baby in tow, and a bricklaying apprenticeship ended after three months, due to workplace bullying.
Glynn's story is typical of more than a quarter of a million young women who need more support to find work, according to the Young Women's Trust.
Being shut out of the workforce leads to isolation and depression for too many young women, says YWT in a report.
The latest official figures show 285,000 young women are currently classed as economically inactive (not working and not... read more

 
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Source: BBC
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