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August 12, 2022
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Nearly half of young people put their career plans on hold due to pandemic

More than 40 percent of young people aged 16-24 surveyed in the UK say they are putting their career or education plans on hold until the pandemic is over. The research, commissioned by BAE Systems to mark National Apprenticeship Week (8-12 February), looks at the impact the pandemic has had on the ‘lost generation’ and their career aspirations. Facing the toughest job market since the 2008 recession, a fifth (21 percent) say they are even more confused about their career path, with 20 percent of respondents also stating the industry they had wanted to work in has been deeply impacted.…
Nearly half of young people put their career plans on hold due to pandemic

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