Official Statistics

Individuals participating in the Future Jobs Fund: ad hoc analysis

An ad hoc statistical analysis from quarter 1 of 2012 of the individuals participating in the Future Jobs Fund.


Individuals participating in the Future Jobs Fund

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The figures presented here show the number of people participating on the Future Jobs Fund at the end of each calendar month during the period of its operation.

The Future Jobs Fund (FJF) was introduced from October 2009. Future Jobs Fund jobs were primarily aimed at 18 to 24 year olds who had been out of work for at least 6 months, although some were targeted at long-term benefit claimants aged 25 or over in areas of high unemployment or inactivity.

DWP publishes a range of statistics on topics including its employment programmes, benefits, pensions and household income. For more information see ‘Statistics at DWP.

Published 18 January 2012