It is no secret that career opportunities for youngsters were significantly dented following the financial crisis.
Although so far this year the UK economy has shown signs of an entrenched recovery, a May report by the Trades Union Congress found that young people are still 10% less likely to be in work today than before the start of the recession in 2008.
Indeed, the study found that Britain faces a 395,000 job shortfall for young people.
Yet despite the dim figures, it would appear that
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