The most recent job figures from the ONS have given the Coalition Government more political ammunition ahead of the European elections in May.
Prime Minister David Cameron even took to Twitter saying: "It's good to see another fall in unemployment. Our #LongTermEconomicPlan means more people with the security of a wage & a chance in life."
Who could blame him? The ONS revealed that the number of jobless people in Britain fell by 125,000 between October and December 2013 to 2.34 million.
Good news, but what about young people? How are 16 to 24-year-olds fairing in the current economic climate?