Reed has praised the coalition government's new £1 billion Youth Contract Scheme, which it says will not only create 250,000 work experience placements, but will also encourage employers to recruit young people with the promise of subsidised wages.
The scheme is good news for jobseekers, as businesses will receive a subsidy of £2,275 for every 18 to 24-year-old employed in a full-time position, which will in turn provide more opportunities for young people to gain and develop relevant skills that can improving their future job prospects.
Even people who are in employment can benefit from further study and the accumulation of additional experience, but it is particularly important for jobseekers, Reed states.
"Further study can help jobseekers stay competitive in the job market, as it allows you people apply for more specific and demanding roles. Statistics also indicate that those who have received further education are likely to earn more," the organisation added.
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