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What does NDYP stand for?

NDYP stands for New Deal for Young People (UK)

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Their theories led to creation of the New Deal for Young People, a British government program intended to get 18- to 24-year-olds back on the job after extended unemployment.
For example, he said that the New Deal for Young People, a British government initiative aimed at getting 18-24-year-olds back on the job market after long spells of unemployment, "is very much based on our work".
However, if a trainee does not receive wages from his/her employer and is in one of the following groups, he/she is not entitled to the National Minimum Wage: New Deal for Young People New Deal for those aged 25 or above Work Based Learning for Adults National Traineeships Other Youth training and Work Trial schemes Q.
He said: "The New Deal for Young People has reduced total and long-term youth claimant unemployment, and independent evaluation found that without New Deal, six month plus youth claimant unemployment would be twice as high.