Research and analysis

Young people and their movement between education and work

Report looking at the ways in which young people’s movements between education and work have changed over the last 30 years.

Documents

Empirical research on youth transitions to, and within, the labour market: findings of descriptive and econometric analyses - BIS research paper 255

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Youth transitions to, and within, the labour market: a literature review

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Data for the analysis of long-term time trends of school-to-work transitions

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Data table for age groups/cohorts covered in 2009 Labour Force Survey ad hoc modules

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Detail

This study investigates the ways in which young people’s movements between education and work have changed over the last 30 years. It provides information on long-term education and labour market trends affecting 16 to 24 year olds.