Many traditional graduate employers, including food and fashion retailers and finance firms, now offer fast-track training schemes for school leavers with good A-levels.
There’s an increasing range of short, creative vocational courses, and apprenticeships are also making a comeback.
It’s that time of the year again: A-level results are published this week and thousands of ambitious school leavers will be fighting for a place on the university course they hope will secure them a bright future.
This year, the stakes are higher than ever, as there’s been a huge surge in university applications – 68,641 more than last year.
Marketers and the media have brainwashed people into thinking that it’s a cakewalk getting a job paying six figures as a developer.In a 2006 interview, Rowe related how he got the job at QVC: "I was in the opera at the time. I basically turned the whole thing into my own stupid David Letterman show.I walked across the street with a buddy of mine during a performance. I made fun of the callers and made fun of the products." From 2001 to 2005, Rowe hosted Evening Magazine on KPIX-TV in San Francisco.Michael Gregory Rowe (born March 18, 1962) is an American actor primarily known as a television host and narrator.Known for his work on the Discovery Channel series Dirty Jobs and the CNN series Somebody's Gotta Do It.All of the largest coding bootcamps have a reputation among hiring managers for churning out developers who have the professional maturity of a teenager at a One Direction concert.