Laura Clark: The Advertiser | August 08, 2009
A “PROFOUNDLY shocking” study has found that one in six young long-term jobless people in Britain were dead within a decade.
In one city, 15 per cent of “Neets” – Not in Education, Employment or Training – died mainly from drinking or drugs within 10 years of falling out of the system. [more …]
Comment 4 of 11:
Maybe Steve if so many so-called “injured workers” didnt bludge on the system for so long, and sit around writing comments on websites instead of getting up and working for living