Nearly half (46%) of young women said their finances have got worse over the past year. Only 31% of young men said the same. The gap between young women and young men is widening.
Young Women's Trust analysed official labour market statistics to understand the extent of the pay differences between young women and young men.
Young Women's Trust 2022 annual survey reports on the financial and employment experiences of young women and the impact these have on their lives.
Understanding the importance of peer led research as a driver for change.
Young women's experiences of navigating an inadequate employment opportunities and benefits system.
To understand the extent of the missing data we audited the publicly available official data about young women. This report presents our findings and draws on the voices of our Research Associates collected by focus groups, to explore the harmful impact this has for them.
Young single people are not entitled to the same rate of housing welfare in the private rental sector as those over 35.
This report explores the role of Jobcentre Plus in the lives of young jobseekers, using London as a case study.
The 2018 Young Women's Trust survey finds that the situation facing many young people is deeply troubling.
Equality at work? explores the attitudes towards and the use of positive action aimed at addressing gender inequality in apprenticeships offered in sectors in which women are underrepresented in England.
This report from our economic inactivity research project uncovers the reasons why so many young women are economically inactive and recommends new ways to support young women into work.
This 2017 survey shows that while around half of young people are getting by financially, the other half, an estimated 5 million 18 to 30 year olds, are struggling to make ends meet – including 1 million young people who are facing dire financial problems.