Labour Market

Pathways to Law

The Pathways to Law programme was set up in 2006 by The Sutton Trust and The Legal Education Foundation (LEF), with support from major law firms, to inspire and support academically-able students in year 12 and 13 from non-privileged backgrounds interested in a career...

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Q&A ~ Getting into a career in law

Interested in legal careers? Ever wondered what a real lawyer would advise?  In this Q&A Simon Wilson provides an experienced solicitor's insights. What led you to become a solicitor? I had an interest in the law from a young age. From about the age of twelve I...

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5 Tips To Bag Yourself A Digital Apprenticeship

By: Scarlett Wilson, Digital Marketing Executive @ Bubble Jobs If you’ve just finished school or college, then you might be thinking about starting an apprenticeship. There are lots of different subjects to choose from, and one of those is a digital apprenticeship. It...

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UK Labour Market: Graduates in non-graduate roles

In 2013 the Office for National Statistics published its report 'Graduates in the UK Labour Market 2013'.  This post summarises some of the key points from that report. In April to June 2013 there were 31 million people in the UK not enrolled on any educational course...

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