Two thirds of young people would do apprenticeship instead of university

The number of youngsters considering apprenticeships has risen by 9 per cent Survey also revealed 41 per cent had not been given option of apprenticeships  64 per cent of teachers said they wouldn't advise kids to do vocational studies 

By Daily Mail Reporter

Published: 00:02 BST, 2 July 2018 | Updated: 00:05 BST, 2 July 2018

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Nearly two thirds of young people would consider an apprenticeship instead of going to university, according to a survey.

It found 64 per cent of those surveyed said they would be interested in starting an apprenticeship for a job they wanted to do instead of doing a degree.

This is a rise of 9 percentage points from 2014, when 55 per cent said they would consider this route.

Nearly two thirds of young people would consider an apprenticeship instead of going to university a survey has revealed. File image used 

Nearly two thirds of young people would

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