Pandemic | Spike in number of apprentices made redundant

Spike in number of apprentices made redundant

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, one area of the workforce that has seen vast cuts to overall numbers is apprenticeships.

According to data which the BBC received under the Freedom of Information Act, redundancy levels among apprentices are two-thirds higher than in the same period in 2019.

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