16 July, 2021
#LetsTalkMindset: We’ve all seen the headlines about missed exams, missed lectures and joblessness, and we can take from this that the pandemic has been disproportionately difficult for young people.
For women in particular, between March 2020 and January 2021, there was a nine per cent increase in those unemployed aged 16-24, equating to 20,000 young, promising women without a job.
While there are set to be challenging times ahead for Generation Z women, there are solutions out there that we as a society, have a responsibility to consider to help them get back on their feet.
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