HC Deb 03 March 1926 vol 192 cc1458-60W

asked the Minister of Labour the number of juveniles, both male and female, who received training in juvenile unemployment centres; the percentage placed in skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled occupations, respectively; and the total number of juveniles registered as unemployed, the whole to cover the period 1925?


The total number of individual boys and girls who attended juvenile unemployment centres during the period 1st April, 1925–5th February, 1926, was 63,734, and the average daily attendance during the same period was 7,078. No statistics are available with regard to the number of juveniles placed in employment from these centres. The average weekly number of boys and girls registered for employment in Great Britain during the period was 66,639.