The London Assembly is reviewing the effectiveness of adult careers information, advice and guidance in reducing long-term unemployment in the capital.
As part of the review, Assembly Members on the Economy Committee are asking Londoners and organisations providing careers advice to share their experiences and answer a series of questions available online.
The closing date for submissions is 25 January 2013.
The evidence gathered will shape Assembly recommendations to the Mayor and other relevant organisations.
Committee Chair Andrew Dismore said: “Most of us will be able to remember careers guidance we have received at some point in our lives, but the quality of that advice has never been as important as it is right now in these tough economic times.
“A comprehensive careers guidance service in London could help guide our jobseekers, whatever their age, and go some way to addressing unemployment and skills gaps. We must make sure people are receiving high quality and relevant advice.”