- The number of young people unemployed for more than a year has increased almost nine-fold over the past decade.
- Youth unemployment had risen by 78% over the same period.
- Wages for young people have fallen in real terms since the year 2000, while they have increased for other groups, said the TUC.
- Workers aged between 18 and 21 have seen their pay rise by 35%, around 3% less than the rise in inflation, compared with average wage increases of 41%, said the report.
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