Discussion:
Neet rate for East Anglia and South Lincolnshire low
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MM
2011-11-04 11:01:01 UTC
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Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear to
have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to the
latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire, Peterborough
and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see chart at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300

MM
Maria
2011-11-04 11:20:15 UTC
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Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear to
have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to the
latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire, Peterborough
and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see chart at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
The source for this data is just given as 'LFS 2009/2010'. Anyone know
what this is please?
Norman Wells
2011-11-04 11:28:25 UTC
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Post by Maria
Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear
to have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to
the latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire,
Peterborough and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see
chart at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
The source for this data is just given as 'LFS 2009/2010'. Anyone know
what this is please?
http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=lfs+2009%2F2010
Maria
2011-11-04 12:11:08 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Maria
Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear
to have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to
the latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire,
Peterborough and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see
chart at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
The source for this data is just given as 'LFS 2009/2010'. Anyone know
what this is please?
http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=lfs+2009%2F2010
Why thank you. I did actually try Googling it before I asked - didn't
get those results though. Don't know why. You know I'm not lazy with
research...
Tired
2011-11-04 13:00:21 UTC
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Post by Maria
Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear
to have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to
the latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire,
Peterborough and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see
chart at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
The source for this data is just given as 'LFS 2009/2010'. Anyone know
what this is please?
But somehow the conclusion from the report was that this was all down to
government cuts and the baby eating Tories. Strange, that spending had never
been higher, across the board, yet somehow, jsut a bit more government
funding would fix it all.
Big Les Wade
2011-11-04 11:23:50 UTC
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Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear to
have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to the
latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire, Peterborough
and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see chart at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
To show the effect of an event or process you would need time-series
data.
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Les
Spasticus Autisticus
2011-11-04 11:35:31 UTC
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Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear to
have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to the
latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire, Peterborough
and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see chart at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
MM
How does the acronym NEET translate to Not In Education Work or
Training? If the government departments can't spell how do they expect
kids to?
Maria
2011-11-04 12:11:42 UTC
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Post by Spasticus Autisticus
Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear to
have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to the
latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire, Peterborough
and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see chart at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
MM
How does the acronym NEET translate to Not In Education Work or
Training? If the government departments can't spell how do they expect
kids to?
Lol. NIEWTs.
Norman Wells
2011-11-04 13:55:35 UTC
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Post by Spasticus Autisticus
Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear
to have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to
the latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire,
Peterborough and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see
chart at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
MM
How does the acronym NEET translate to Not In Education Work or
Training? If the government departments can't spell how do they expect
kids to?
http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=neet
Jake
2011-11-04 14:56:43 UTC
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Post by MM
Despite the clamour by the Migration Watchers for Draconian measures,
the influx of migrant workers to the east of England doesn't appear to
have impacted very much on local youth unemployment. According to the
latest BBC survey, the value for the South Lincolnshire, Peterborough
and Cambridge areas is given as low or very low, see chart at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-15578300
MM
How does the acronym NEET translate to Not In Education Work or Training?
If the government departments can't spell how do they expect kids to?
Not (in) Education, Employment (or) Training.

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