NEET


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NEET

Abbreviation for:
not in education, employment or training
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The campaign's $8,888 fundraising goal will allow NEET Products to finalize production for market.
Sue Temple-Fielding, Project Manager of Knowsley Enterprise Academy, said: "The great thing about NEET TV is its inclusivity - our approach is more about getting a clear message across which represents the expressions of those young people involved.
By contrast, while young people from low SES families are increasingly staying on in education, they continue to be over-represented among early labour market entrants (Furlong and Cartmel, 2007) and NEET populations (Crawford et al.
Jones, President of NEET, was quoted as saying, "Initially our corporate strategy will allow us to maintain an effective in-house professional organization, while contracting outside consultants and industry experts to assist the Company to commercialize and offer operational management to each of our projects.
Moreover, while generally NEET young people have lower than average qualifications, it's easy to overlook the fact that many jobless graduates are also officially classi-fied as NEET - as last week's Journal report pointed out.
1%) of young people without qualifications were considered NEET in the second quarter of this year, up from 34.
The Deputy Prime Minister today backed the expansion of a programme to significantly reduce the chances of disadvantaged young people from becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training).
Centremanager Ant Metcalf said: "Youth unemployment has never been so high in Wales as the economic downturn continues to take effect the potential for those young people who are already NEET to move further and further to the margins of society greatly increases.
Youth offending, anti-social behaviour and the incidence of early parenthood is significantly higher amongst those who spend significant periods of time classified as NEET (not in education, employment or training).
Some 10% of young people aged 16 to 18 are NEET - Not in Education, Employment or Training.
And to ensure they continue to make progress, they will receive ongoing support from Liz Dutton, a learning coach and youth worker based within the NEET Team.
The reduction in the number of young people who are NEET shows that Connexions is making a real difference.