Government Youth Contract Launches
The £1 billion scheme that aims to tackle youth unemployment launches today. The Youth Contract Scheme will offer incentives worth more than £2,275 for each 18-24 year old that an employer offers a paid position to and will also create 250,000 work experience places.
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