An Unequal Crisis: The impact of the pandemic on the youth labour market (2021)

Institute for Employment Studies, for Youth Futures Foundation
This report sets out analysis of trends in youth participation in education and employment during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Young, vulnerable, and increasing – why we need to start worrying more about youth unemployment (2020)

Youth Futures Foundation and Impetus
New analysis of the population of young people who are neither earning nor learning, examining both the current drivers of, and future trends associated with, being in this group.

Establishing the Employment Gap (2019)

Impetus with NIESR
The first report in a series outlining new findings about 18-24 year-old NEETs in England with detailed investigation into differing outcomes for young people dependent on their background, qualifications and where they live.

Young People’s Future Health Inquiry: the quality of work on offer to young people and how it supports the building blocks for a healthy life (2019)

Institute for Employment Studies for the Health Foundation
An evidence base for how changes in young people’s experiences of employment could have a strong bearing on future health outcomes; explores current employment opportunities and working conditions for young people, variation by area and personal characteristics and changes over the past 20 years.

Interventions supporting Ethnic Minority labour market participation: Part one (2019)

Cambell Collaboration and International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie)
A systematic review assessing the impact of youth employment interventions on the job market outcome of young people, including training and skills development, entrepreneurship promotion, employment services and subsidised employment.

Interventions supporting Ethnic Minority labour market participations: Part two (2019) 

Department for Work and Pensions
This research explores interventions which support 'stay at home' ethnic minority women in 22 Jobcentre Plus areas.

Characteristics of young people who are long-term NEET (2018)

Department for Education
Analysis of the characteristics of young people who were not in education, employment or training (NEET) for a year, three years after completing key stage 4 in the 2010 to 2011 academic year.