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Inequalities in the labour market:

Mar 12, 2015 - Comments: 0

BTEG is disappointed but not surprised to read recent headlines about the rise in long term unemployment among ethnic minority young people. Unemployment rates have been higher for ethnic minority people in the UK, of all ages, and particularly for people from black, Pakistani and Bangladeshi ethnic groups, for as long as these figures have been published.

Election 2015 - "May you live in interesting times"

Feb 25, 2015 - Comments: 0

           

2014 was a challenging year for our sector, but which years haven’t been? Together, though, through a great deal of both individual and collective energy, we have been able to provide the services and work towards the solutions that are so needed.

This year, however, presents a new, probably unprecedented, challenge.

The Unemployed Graduate

Jan 14, 2015 - Comments: 0

Guest blog by Alice Bailey (BTEG volunteer)

Are Apprenticeships really for everyone?

Oct 23, 2014 - Comments: 0

For the past few months I have been planning an apprenticeship event for the Routes2Success National Role Model Programme,

I haven’t taken much interest in apprenticeships and it is not a route to employment I am used to encouraging young people to take. However, in my new role as Routes2Success Programme Manager at BTEG, I have begun to explore alternative routes into employment and value them.

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