No young woman should be at the back of the queue as the country tries to cope with coronavirus. We're calling on the government to set out a clear jobs plan for young women.

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Young Women's Trust is a feminist organisation working to achieve economic justice for young women. Our Work It Out coaching service supports young women to make plans for the future. We campaign for young women’s equality in the workplace and our research examines what young women’s lives are really like.

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Top tips for lockdown job interviews

Hannah a CV feedback volunteer for our Work It Out service shares her advice on job hunting and tips on approaching video call interviews.


How to write a CV

Catherine Warren, a Work It Out CV volunteer shares some advice on how to structure and write a CV.

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Work It Out coaching is a free telephone coaching service to support you to think about the future you want.

Help with CVs and job applications

Our Work It Out service offers free personalised support on your CV, cover letter or job application.


Response to new lockdown and today's announcement from the Chancellor from Young Women's Trust

Joe Levenson, Director of Communications and Campaigns responds to the new lockdown announcement and the Chancellor's relief package to help businesses through the next lockdown.

Press release

A generation of young women 'paying the price' for the pandemic

A major new report and polling from Young Women’s Trust has found that an estimated 1.5 million young women have lost income since the start of the pandemic and over two thirds (69%) of young women claiming benefits this year say they did so for the very first time.

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Last year we supported 2993 young women through our free Work It Out service


We provided 5179 free coaching sessions, helping young women build skills and strong mental health