No snakes, but no ladders: Young people, employment, and the low skills trap at the bottom of the contemporary service economy

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Jobs, Skills and Pay

In recent years, research and policy activity has primarily been concerned with the numbers, experiences and trajectories of apprentices and university students, or with the lives of ‘spectacular’, more obviously economically marginalised groups of young people who are entrenched in issues of social exclusion and deprivation. Many young people with level two and level three … Continued