Parents not convinced of value of apprenticeships, research suggests


Findings from a survey of 1,000 Mumsnet users with children aged 13-18 reveal that more than 60 per cent would be concerned their child would be ‘stuck making the tea’ if they were to choose an apprenticeship.

Just under half of parents surveyed were concerned that apprenticeships are not valued as highly as degrees by employers
Just under half of parents surveyed were concerned that apprenticeships are not valued as highly as degrees by employers

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