As students around the country open their A-level results this week, many will be disappointed that they have not achieved the grades needed to go to university, but this is not necessarily the end of the world, according to Gaenor Bagley, head of people at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
She explained that many students have already begun thinking about an alternative to university, such as school leaver programmes and other vocational options.
Ms Bagley added that students, careers advisers, universities and the government should think about how they can provide options to school leavers who do not go on to university.
Denise Taylor, a career psychologist with amazingpeople.co.uk, recently said that there are many things that people who are not going to university can do to improve their career prospects, as long as they consider what their prospective employer wants.
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Origin: Salespeak News