Across the UK, the graduate employment outlook for Generation Z is bleak, with the unemployment rate for 18-24 year olds spiking to 27% because of the pandemic, three times as great the previous year. It is also estimated that recent graduates are now 37% less likely to be employed in three years, which is not great news […]
There really is nothing more rewarding than making positive change, and for us using tech means we can create that change at a hyper-local level whilst simultaneously solving a national, even global problem.
As the virus goes away and focus turns else where it is worth remembering there are charities and organisations that rely on volunteers to support their efforts, I hope we’ll have the opportunity to use the same energy to continue to make a difference, that we do now.
We’ve compiled a list of 5 ways school leavers can upskill in lockdown. School may be out, but there’s still a way for you to get ahead and get ready for the world of work.
With an exciting vision and many opportunities upon the horizon, Gemma has assembled a team of highly respected and experienced leaders to help shape, challenge strategy and provide organisational direction.
‘Careers’ doesn’t fit in this Social Media world and they were honest in voicing that. Instead they want a compartmentalised ‘functional’ app that sits alongside the likes of Uber, Just Eat, Dominoes, Amazon, Banking, Tinder etc. Apps that are not for socialising or communicating but for a particular isolated purpose on their phone and ready for an action.
In the build up to what’s dubbed the ‘election of a lifetime’ we’ve seen three reason why Generation Z will have a big turnout at the polling stations for the 2019 General Election.
Our Pledge to the Future Generations Act and Wales’s Generation Z We at miFuture define Generation Z as the digital natives born between 1995 and 2010. They are aged between 9 and 25 today. According to the Well-being of Future Generations Act (2015) Wales faces a challenge to provide a decent quality of life for […]
Today’s guest blogger is Cerys Foot, an 18 year old school leaver who shares her GCSE journey with you Cerys’s video is on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3D5ytRr_Fo It’s probably causing a lot of stress for a lot of young people right now, so I’m just going to give you my experience of GCSE’s, describing what I did […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7seqC9cxBk Cerys has joined the miFuture team to share her journey, she is a Generation Z school leaver living in Wales. It’s time to hear from the young people themselves as Cerys shares with us the challenges and triumphs of being a school leaver, from failing her exams, losing all direction and coming back to […]