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  • View Poll Results: If there was a website solely for searching jobs in the youth age group would you use
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    No Local Papers/Shop adverts are more reliable and accurate
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    No Theres no need for a site like this (explain)
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    I’m doing research into ‘neets’ (Not in Employment, Education or Training) for a personal project and wondered if you could help me by quickly doing the questionnaire above.

    I know I’m a new user, and this may seem like I’m just abusing the site, but I’ve been lurking around for a while but never really got around to signing up.
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    'In the youth age group'

    What does that mean?
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    there already are loads of them.
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    Youth age group is 16-25, though I guess Teenager would have been a better term to use for what I want, sorry. As you said, 20-25 there's already alot of career-advise and post-grad based search websites.
    Basically a website for searching for teenage jobs.
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    (Original post by Adam09)
    Youth age group is 16-25, though I guess Teenager would have been a better term to use, sorry.
    But my grad scheme is open to anyone with a degree, theres a 50 year old on it.

    Why would it be useful to have a site for youths and a site of mature grads when you could just have sites for grads as there are now?

    It seems discriminatory.
 
 
 
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