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Is there a payoff to apprenticeships for young people?

Chiara  Cavaglia,  Sandra  McNally,  Guglielmo  Ventura,  March 2018
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Keywords: apprenticeships; labour markets; education; vocational education; wages

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As part of an effort to transform the UK’s post-16 educational landscape, the government is aiming for a massive increase in the number of apprenticeships. Research by Chiara Cavaglia, Sandra McNally and Guglielmo Ventura asks whether apprenticeships deliver a payoff in terms of higher earnings for young people.

CentrePiece 23 (1) Spring2018 pages: 3-5

This article summarises ‘Apprenticeships for Young People in England: Is there a Payoff?’ by Chiara Cavaglia, Sandra McNally and Guglielmo Ventura, Centre for Vocational Education Research (CVER) Discussion Paper No. 10, November 2017