You won’t earn as much as a graduate if you do an Apprenticeship

It is true that apprentices have a minimum wage but, in the long-term, you might actually save money doing an apprenticeship.

Most graduates start on a good wage but that does not write off their 3-4 years of student loan debt and by the time graduates are placed within a role, some apprentices could already be in a managerial position and would have had a significant increase in their wage.

You are only paid so little to begin with to fund the qualification and training that you receive for free, your wage as an apprentice is only set to increase the further you progress through the scheme. 

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