Impact Report 201719 February 2018
2017 was our busiest year yet. Read our impact report.
Working for women? Young Women’s Trust HR decision-makers survey 201721 December 2017
Working for Women? Young Women’s Trust HR Decision-Makers Survey 2017: Summary of Findings contains a summary of key findings relating to sex equality from our annual survey of 800 HR decision-makers, conducted by YouGov.
Young, Female & Forgotten? Final Report28 November 2017
Read the final report from our economic inactivity research project which uncovers the reasons why so many young women are economically inactive and recommends new ways to support young women into work.
Young, Female & Forgotten? Summary Report28 November 2017
Read the summary report from year two of our economic inactivity research project.
Young Women & Apprenticeships: Still Not Working?2 November 2017
This report highlights the extent to which the system continues to let down young women and calls for urgent change to put equality and opportunity at the heart of the apprenticeship programme.
Paid Less Worth Less? Achieving Equal Pay for Under-25s11 October 2017
Young Women's Trust believes everyone should be given the same pay for the same jobs, regardless of age. Age should not determine worth and paying a fair wage benefits businesses as well as employees.
2017 Annual Survey - Worrying Times29 September 2017
Our 2017 survey findings reveal that an estimated five million 18-30 year olds are struggling to make ends meet - including some one million young people who are facing dire financial problems.
Work It Out Evaluation 2016-1715 September 2017
Drawing on findings from an independent evaluation, this report includes an overview of service activity, details of who used Work It Out, and feedback from the young women we supported
Working for young women: YWT's key policy recommendations10 May 2017
Working for Young Women: Young Women’s Trust’s recommendations for the new Government
What matters to young mums?28 March 2017
Between October 2016 and February 2017 we conducted research with mothers aged under 25 to find out what was important to them, and what they thought about work, children and employment support.