This blog is designed to keep you up-to-date with Careers Education, Information and Guidance (CEIAG) available locally, nationally and through the school. I’ll be posting information about employment and training opportunities available locally as well as details of open days and useful websites. The world of education, employment and training opportunities is changing rapidly so keep checking in for the latest information.

Mr Cross

Monday, 2 May 2016

More Graduates = Less Earning Power

A Bank of England study has shown that the growing number of university students is affecting graduate earning power. One in three workers now has a degree, compared to just one in 10 back in 1985. On the positive side, the survey also showed that those with a degree could still expect to earn more over their working life than those without academic qualifications. Understanding the opportunities, access routes and potential earnings are all important factors when it comes to deciding on a career path. Read the full story here.

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