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Havas' Kate Robertson: Tackling youth unemployment makes good business sense

Havas' Kate Robertson: Tackling youth unemployment makes good business sense

By Kate Robertson Tuesday, 29 July 2014

There are still 850,000 young people out of work, says the advertising boss. The businesses that change that will be rewarded.

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