Apprenticeships pay – but you're not rich yet

Apprenticeships pay – but you're not rich yet
 

Apprenticeships offer a salary while you study and, unlike going to university, your employer pays the training fees. So there is no need to take out a huge loan to cover the cost of tuition and end up tens of thousands of pounds in debt.
But you still need to support yourself through the apprenticeship, which is at least 12 months long and could be as long as five years. The pay may be low, and varies greatly from scheme to scheme. From April, the national minimum wage for apprentices will be £3.70 an hour for anyone under 19 (or over 19 and in the first year of the scheme). This may sound... read more

 
8 March 2018 in Learning, Views: 37
Source: Guardian
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