David Kingman comments on the recent fall in the number of young people who are classed as “NEET” – Not in Education, Employment or Training
David Kingman examines new data which shows that youth unemployment is still rising, despite a drop in overall unemployment
David Kingman explains how a new report into the real costs of the changes to university funding has shown they will impose high costs on the rest of society
David Kingman examines some new findings which suggest that a significant proportion of people who are planning to finish working this year may be “reluctant retirees”
Series 2 of Generations Apart, presented by Fi Glover on Radio 4, contains plenty of intergenerational food for thought, as Antony Mason reports
Peter Hanton examines the rise in bright British undergraduates applying to universities outside the UK, and looks at why those educated in Britain are increasingly taking jobs abroad.
Claire Lamont examines the current employment crisis among UK young people.
What did the 2012 Autumn Statement do for intergenerational fairness? David Kingman investigates
Claire Lamont urges young people who risk being exploited by unpaid internships to use the IF film competition to speak out
David Kingman examines a recent trend in articles which accuse the American higher education system of no longer offering value for money