Sarah Clover, sales and marketing director at notgoingtouni.co.uk, said that savvy employers will be looking at how they can utilise apprentices and help to train them to be great at their role, which includes sales jobs.
"Even though there is the initial investment, employers do reap rewards from apprentices; apprentices tend to stay with organisations once they have qualified. It is worth investing in people, because they do remain loyal," she explained.
The expert added that the key reason for this is that they do not have pre-conceived ideas about the world of work and so are "perfectly equipped" to do the job required of them.
Last week, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation said that a key role could be played by recruiters in helping to promote the benefits of vocational roles in the months ahead.
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Source: Salespeak News