Youth Field Xpress is a free monthly news briefing for youth researchers, youth workers, policymakers and anyone with an interest in youth issues. It contains news of research projects, reports, programs, projects and events that are relevant to the Australian youth sector and supporting services.
Number 217, September 2014
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In a study conducted by Anglicare, researchers found that recent job listings included very few entry-level positions suitable for young people, and that 6 our of 10 positions listed were highly casualised and did not offer stable, ongoing employment. Original article
A new study carried out in Australia conducted by the IP Awareness Foundation has found that most 12-17 year-old teens are not online pirates, with around 74% abstaining from the habit. However, those that do consume illegally tend to buy, rent and visit the movies more often than their non-pirating counterparts. Original article
Troye, born in South Africa but now based in Perth, is an established actor and a budding musician. His outstanding efforts have earned him a place in Time magazine's list of the 25 most influential teenagers of 2014. Original article