LONDON April 27, 2012
- £1 billion plan to offer subsidised work and training placement will provide help to thousands of young jobseekers.
- The scheme, which is aimed at 16-24 year-olds, hopes to provide jobseekers with the necessary experience, skills, and confidence to improve job prospects.
The Scottish Government have also been attempting to resolve the problem of youth unemployment by introducing the "Training for All" scheme.
reed.co.uk realise that further study can help jobseekers stay competitive in the job market, as it allows you to apply for more specific and demanding roles. Statistics also indicate that those who have received further education are likely to earn more, as jobseekers with a degree can expect to earn 13% more that those without one.
So for those that are young and currently jobseeking, there a schemes and learning courses available to help improve your chances of landing that dream job.
Lynn Cahillane Mark Rhodes