New Report: Insufficient careers advice puts £90bn GDP at risk

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Against a backdrop of declining GCSE results, a new report shows that parents have significant concerns about the quality of careers advice on offer to secondary school pupils.

Posted inNews archiveon04 Sep 2017 Almost three quarters (74%) of parents feel that careers advice in schools is too focused on academia Over half (57%) say tuition fees put them off encouraging their child to go to university Lack of knowledge of the many different entry points to the construction/built environment, such as work experience, internships and apprenticeships to undergraduate and graduate programmes Over two thirds (68%) of

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