Working on a successful career: Why apprenticeships are on the rise
Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages who wish to gain a qualification or a degree while getting invaluable on-the-job experience, writes Arlene Harris
It’s that time of year again when young people all over the country are preparing for exams and trying to imagine what their future might be like. For employers, this is the next generation of employees and while the vast majority will chose to go on to third level education in a university or college, more and more are becoming aware of another, very promising option – an apprenticeship.
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