Teens urged to consider apprenticeships as A-level results announced

Teens urged to consider apprenticeships as A-level results announced

A-level students across the UK are celebrating, commiserating, hanging on the phone to UCAS and starting to think about their future careers as they receive their exam results today.

However, City and Guilds have warned that many young people are overlooking alternative routes into the workplace – and have stressed that apprenticeships are not just for those who did not score top grades.

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