Daniel McGuire knows what many young people struggling with their employment prospects are going through. He left school at 15, was homeless at 18, and had real difficulties getting work.
He remembers being 'annoyed, depressed, angry' and hugely frustrated at being knocked back when applying for jobs. He's now an ambassador with the Prince's Trust.
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