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Zero-hours contracts affect young people’s health, study finds

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Research found 25-year-olds on short-hours contracts more likely to report poor mental or physical health than other workers

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Zero-hours contracts affect young people’s health, study finds

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Research found 25-year-olds on short-hours contracts more likely to report poor mental or physical health than other workers

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Subway advertises for ‘Apprentice Sandwich Artists’ to be paid just £3.50 per hour

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Fast food chain Subway has come under fire for seeking to pay young “apprentices” just £3.50 per hour.

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Subway advertises for ‘Apprentice Sandwich Artists’ to be paid just £3.50 per hour

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Fast food chain Subway has come under fire for seeking to pay young “apprentices” just £3.50 per hour.

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Employees aged 25-34 most unhappy with work-life balance

Shared from on 17 March 2017

People in their late twenties and early thirties are more unhappy about their work-life balance than any other age group, with almost half saying that there is sometimes an expectation from their employer that they work outside normal hours, according to a YouGov poll.

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Employees aged 25-34 most unhappy with work-life balance

Shared from on 17 March 2017

People in their late twenties and early thirties are more unhappy about their work-life balance than any other age group, with almost half saying that there is sometimes an expectation from their employer that they work outside normal hours, according to a YouGov poll.

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Young, savvy and poor: millennial men ‘earn £12,500 less than previous generation by 30’

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Millennial men 'earn £12,500 less than previous generation by 30', research suggests.

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Apprenticeships ‘must address distinct needs of teens’

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Too many teenagers in England study for apprenticeships that do not help them start a career or progress to higher vocational education, the Institute for Public Policy Research says.

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School-leavers ‘lack essential workplace skills’

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Most school-leavers do not have the basic skills needed for work, according to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

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State pension: people who start working at 16 could get early access

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Official report into future of state pension raises myriad options ahead of final recommendations amid improvements in longevity

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State pension: people who start working at 16 could get early access

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Official report into future of state pension raises myriad options ahead of final recommendations amid improvements in longevity

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Work-life balance tops list of young workers’ worries

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Thin-skinned young employees are much more likely to be hit by workplace stress than tough older colleagues, with junior staff most likely to worry about work-life balance, according to a new study.

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Work-life balance tops list of young workers’ worries

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Thin-skinned young employees are much more likely to be hit by workplace stress than tough older colleagues, with junior staff most likely to worry about work-life balance, according to a new study.

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Germany the clear winner in EU fight to find jobs for the young

Shared from on 13 September 2016

The eurozone’s overall youth unemployment rate of 21% disguises massive variations in the figures. While Germany has some of the best rates, parts of Italy are at the other end of the scale

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H&M factories in Myanmar employed 14-year-old workers

Shared from on 22 August 2016

Fashion retail giant says it has taken action against its two factories after new book in Sweden raises fears about working conditions in the country

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