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Youth Worklessness Due To Ill-heath Has Almost Doubled In A Decade - And Is Heavily Concentrated Among Those With Poor Qualification Levels

Economic inactivity due to ill health among 18-24 year-olds has nearly doubled over the past decade, and is heavily concentrated among those struggling with education, with four-in-five young people who are too ill to work having only qualifications at GCSE-level or below, according to new research published today (Monday) by the Resolution Foundation. The Foundation's report Left behind, funded by the Health Foundation as part of the Young people's future health inquiry, notes that overall levels of worklessness among young people are low. [Read Full Article]