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BAME young people at greater risk of being in unstable employment

Research using Next Steps has found that young people of your generation from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are 47% more likely to be on a zero-hours contract and 10% more likely to be working a second job, compared to their White peers.

Thank you for taking part

Thanks to everyone who took part in our special online COVID-19 Survey of Next Steps study members that we launched in May.

Happy 30th birthday

It’s begun – Next Steps study members have started turning 30! Over the course of the next year, all of you will reach this significant milestone. The start of our 30s marks a shift to the next stage of adulthood, when people settle into their life paths.

Young English Muslims chase their dreams

Young Muslim women of your generation were more likely to aspire to higher education – and to end up going to university – than either Muslim men or their white Christian peers.

Happy Mother’s Day

Throughout the years, mothers have made an irreplaceable contribution to the study and have helped us to learn a lot about family life.