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Life and employment opportunities of young people with chronic conditions

This report examines the obstacles faced by young people with long-term, chronic or fluctuating conditions as they seek to make the transition from education and employment - and then to develop and thrive in the workplace.

The findings are divided into three main sections:

• The first section looks at young people's experiences of preparing for and seeking employment, including their time in education.

• The second section explores how living with a chronic condition affects young people once they have entered the workforce.

• The third section looks more closely at the specific barriers and enablers to employment for young people with chronic conditions.

Author(s): Stephen Bevan, Ksenia Zheltoukhova, Kate Summers, Zofia Bajorek, Lisa O’Dea and Jenny Gulliford

Other Publishers: The Work Foundation

How to obtain: Download Life and employment opportunities of young people with chronic conditions

Communities: Diversity, Careers Information, Careers Advice and Guidance

Audiences: Careers practitioners

Format: Web



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