Jobseekers give the green light to internships and apprentices

Most jobseekers strongly agree that local and central government should encourage organisations to employ more interns and apprentices, according to a survey by international staffing firm Hays.
Tues, 20 March 2012
Most jobseekers strongly agree that local and central government should encourage organisations to employ more interns and apprentices, according to a survey by international staffing firm Hays.

When asked which type of qualification or training would help young people succeed in their career, on the job training (93%), apprenticeships...

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