The rest were either not looking for work, unavailable for work and classified as economically inactive.
But actually, it's been a big problem for a long, long time and that has been the case since before the economic crash.” For the first time last year, children coming to the end of their GCSEs were legally required to stay on in some form of education or training until the age of 18.
According to the ONS, 42 per cent of all young people aged 16-24 in the UK who classed as Neet were looking for work and available for work and therefore classified as unemployed.
“This is why we have called upon the next government to put improving social mobility and education at the heart of their agenda.
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C., a school established to prepare men for the entrance examinations to the military academies.