According to Andrew Shanahan, spokesman for notgoingtouni.co.uk, although there are many graduate jobs that are particularly suited to people who have gained a degree, there are plenty of other gateways into skilled employment.
He highlighted that there has recently been a rise in the number of people who seem to have realised this, particularly among those who are not willing or able to go to university for varying reasons and so are searching for an alternative.
"For too long it has been pushed as the only option and it's bordering on immoral how some students have been denied the information about apprenticeships, vocational training, distance learning, corporate training schemes and gap years, which could have been the right path for them," he noted.
The expert pointed out that there are plenty of options open to young people hoping to move into sales jobs and other positions without them having to first attend university, and the key is to keep an eye out for these alternatives.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Executive News