- There has been 97,233 starts on either Fair Start Scotland (FSS) or No One Left Behind since April 2018 up to March 2023. In the most recent quarter, there were 8,220 starts, the largest number in a single quarter. This was a 16% increase on the previous quarter and a 2% increase on the same quarter in the previous year.
- Experimental statistics for No One Left Behind show a total of 39,632 people started receiving support from April 2019 to March 2023. The number of people starting support has increased each year; 2,818 in year 1, 4,724 in year 2, 14,423 in year 3 and 17,667 in year 4. In the most recent quarter, 4,665 people started to receive support.
- Of the 39,632 people receiving support on No One Left Behind, 12,690 (32%) have entered employment, while a further 5,477 (14%) entered further or higher education or training.
- There have been 57,601 starts to FSS since April 2018, including 4,495 re-joins which has been possible since April 2021. There were 3,555 starts in the most recent quarter, 20% higher than the previous quarter and 11% higher than the same quarter in 2022.
- There were 1,113 job starts this quarter, 4% lower than the previous quarter and 10% higher than the same quarter in 2022. Overall, there has been 20,013 job starts since FSS launched.
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