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[英伦广角] 【整理】2011-01-31 新就业政策遭质疑

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[Homework]2011-01-31 新就业政策遭质疑

they are the generation that are standing still while the world moves on without them. young people, out of education and out of work, struggling to get jobs because they lack experience.at the moment, *** for anything, it's difficult and hard to get a job, so you are just gonna  have what you are given. no, *** any job given, just **. how does it make you feel? not very happy. i'm personally,        a lot of people didn't do so well in school,it's getting harder and harder every day.the government believes that the working experience is the way to break the benefits cycle.this employment agency already focuses on finding meaningful placements getting young people experience so that they can get onto the job ladder.my worries are lack of experience, lack of * of work experience,personal, many work references,they can stand * when they are applying for jobs, also how to apply for a job,**,mignt not finishing school,**** development and guidance that they might needed. in the sandwhile  area,the current economic climate is challenging,,many employers have tightened their belts during the recession and scaled back on recruitment.this*** butchers operates 16 shops across the western **, and they recently recruited a new batch of trainees and ataff here say there are opportunities out there for young people.it's just a matter of looking hard enough.    is anything that if you are willing to work and when you've got the wrong attitude,you know , you can many ** things. and that's what lots of employers are looking for. more than a quarter of a million under 16 are now growing up at home and nobody has ever worked. ministers has described this as a ticking time bomb.defusing it can be the biggest job of all. but it would go some way to get the britain's unemployed youth moving once more.
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