New research from The Prince’s Trust Group of charities reveals that 1 in 3 young people feel their education does not focus enough on the skills to prepare them for working life.

Launched at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting by The Prince’s Trust group of charities, the research shows a stark ‘Upskill Struggle’ for many young people who are at the very beginning of their careers.

We are asking for support from the International Development community to amplify the results of this report, as a way of encouraging global decision-makers to better support young people and work towards reducing global youth unemployment.

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