The Importance of NEET as a Marker of Long-Term Disadvantage

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New research article from Kevin Ralston assessing levels of employment scarring for those aged 36-39 (at Census 2011) who were recorded as NEET when aged 16-19 at Census 1991 in Scotland.

Ralson, K. Everington, D. Zhiqiang, F. Dibben, C. (2021) Economic Inactivity, Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET) and Scarring: The Importance of NEET as a Marker of Long-Term Disadvantage, Work, Employment and Society.

 

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