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Education | Three quarters of Brits opt for apprenticeships over degrees

Three quarters of Brits opt for apprenticeships over degrees

Research from CV-Library has revealed that a massive 74% of Brits would opt to do an apprenticeship over studying for a degree.

The survey, which polled over 1,200 UK workers, also highlighted that over half of Brits believe that apprenticeships are better for a person’s career prospects over traditional further education.

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