Not every young person has access to high quality careers, employment, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG), as well as a series of valuable encounters with employers from Year 7 onwards.
There are limited graduate opportunities in the local labour market and as a result some residents move to different parts of the country for employment after leaving university.
People taking up employment that requires lower level skills or qualifications than they possess.
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People who are working fewer hours and on lower incomes than they would like, or are employed on zero hours contracts despite wanting more sustainable employment are not being fully supported to increase their hours or progress into higher paid work.