For May to July 2017, for people aged from 16 to 24, there were:
3.91 million people in work (including 877,000 full-time students with part-time jobs)
528,000 unemployed people (including 180,000 full-time students looking for part-time work)
2.66 million economically inactive people, most of whom (2.06 million) were full-time students
For April to June 2017:
There were 790,000 young people (aged 16 to 24) in the UK who were not in education, employment or training (NEET), a decrease of 10,000 from January to March 2017 and down 56,000 when compared with April to June 2016.
The percentage of all young people in the UK who were NEET was 11.1%, down 0.1 percentage points from January to March 2017 and down 0.6 percentage points from April to June 2016.
41.1% of all young people in the UK who were NEET were looking for work and available for work and therefore classified as unemployed; the remainder were either not looking for work and/or not available for work and therefore classified as economically inactive.