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Jobs fair to help young people get their dream career

With unemployment having fallen by 5% in the south east, and a number of young people included in that number, a local jobs fair is helping teenagers think about their future career options.

Teenagers take first steps towards their careers

Video. With employment figures out today, the number of unemployed 18 to 25 year olds has fallen. So as teenagers begin to start thinking about their career options, there are some tough decisions to make.

Finding a job, trying to get an apprenticeship or going to university are just some of their options. But what exactly is on offer for young people in the Thames Valley?

Rachel Hepworth went along to find out. She spoke to Alison Robb-Webb from Oxford City Learning, Natalie Murray who is in her second year of an apprenticeship and Holly Chalmers from BMW Recruitment.

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