TWO in three kids beginning faculty in September will find yourself in a job that doesn’t but exist, new evaluation has revealed.
Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey will current the figures as she vows to supervise a welfare state that’s constructed for the trendy world.
In a keynote speech she is going to slam New Labour’s welfare programmes as “constructed for the previous world the place individuals may need had one job for all times”.
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Ms McVey, who was put accountable for the Division for Work and Pensions (DWP) in January, mentioned the fast-paced nature of the trendy workforce meant the welfare state should supply way more personalised and responsive methods to assist children discover the talents and coaching to match the roles on supply.
She is going to say: “The world of labor is altering. 65% of kids beginning faculty immediately will find yourself in a job that doesn’t exist.”