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Finding your routes: non-graduate pathways in the UK's labour market

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Publication date

May 2016

Summary

This report, commissioned by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, explores how poor career routes are holding back the ‘forgotten forty per cent’ of the workforce – mid-skilled workers with at least five A*-C GCSEs but without a university education.

Subjects

Training: Labour Market, Education, Labour Market, Public Policy, Wages And Earnings, and Social Mobility

Links

http://www.resolutionfoundation.org/publications/finding-your-routes-non-graduate-pathways-in-the-uks-labour-market/


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