When I was a kid, there was an air of exclusivity that came with having a degree, much of which came from the fact that they were only accessible to well-off families who could afford to send their children to university.
The amount of young people out of work and study is creeping up and I believe it’s down to the culture of university brainwashing.
I hate to say it, but I told you so. No, I take great pride in saying it – working towards an apprenticeship is better than studying for a mediocre degree.
This period of economic recovery has brought with it much to be proud of, but I found myself banging my head against the wall when I saw that university numbers have swollen.
The employment rate of graduates across England is at 87.5 per cent, the highest level since 2007, according to the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.
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Prime minister David Cameron has outlined how the government will roll out nine new degree apprenticeships designed by industry, including key areas such as chartered surveying, aerospace engineering, and nuclear.