“Hired: six months undercover in low-wage Britain” paints a vivid picture of life in some of the toughest corners of the world of work. It also – as Angus Hanton, Co-founder of IF, reports – raises issues of intergenerational fairness
With the government seemingly committed to increasing participation in higher education, IF summer Intern, Rohin Burney O’Dowd, looks to Germany for answers.
David Kingman analyses the conclusions of the Taylor Review, which looked at changing employment practices
David Kingman explores what the proposals to increase Britain’s minimum wage could mean for younger workers