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Should university be the default?

Should university be the default?

Pupils in England are required to remain in some form of education until they are 18. For the vast majority this will entail A-levels after GCSEs with the view to embarking on a university degree. Last year, over 50% of young adults continued to university education in September. However, lectures and coursework are not the only means to an education, and although this is certainly not suited to everyone irrespective of their intelligence, it is the default route we are herded towards as teenagers. Should so many of us be attending university, and what other avenues are available to the 50% who are left behind? Should pupils be driven towards university as the ultimate goal?
Changing Careers

Changing Careers

Most people will change their job 9 times during their career which is twice as much as our grandparents did! But do you think there is such a thing as changing jobs to often? Or not often enough? When do you know it is the right time to change your job, is it a feeling or do you wait for something to happen? Such as a relocation or not getting that pay rise.

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