One in five young people with less than five GCSEs have admitted to using alcohol and drugs to get through the day, according to a wide-ranging survey.
In their annual flagship report, the Prince's Trust also found under-qualified 16 to 24-year-olds:
- One in five believe life is not worth living.
- A further 27 per cent said they felt there was nothing to get up for in the morning.
- At least 19 per cent had been prescribed medication to help them tackle mental health issues.
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