The Youth Voice Census is an annual survey run by Youth Employment UK. It acts as a temperature check of how young people aged 11 – 30 feel. It gives young people the chance to share how they feel about a number of issues related to education, employment, training, work and where they live.
To date, nearly 10,000 young people have taken part in the Youth Voice Census.
Each year, the findings form evidence for APPG (All-Party Parliamentary Group) for Youth Employment reports and inquiries presented to the government. It is proactive research like this which helps to inform policy relating to youth employment and ensure it meets young people’s needs.
You can take part in this survey here.