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Apprenticeships (Thursday)

APPRENTICESHIPS

Thursday

With the competition for jobs fiercer than ever apprenticeships provide young people with an opportunity to make themselves even more marketable to potential employers. Apprenticeships provide apprentices with the opportunity to gain recognised qualifications as well the practical skills required to work within numerous industry disciplines/sectors including: business administration, customer services, retail, sales, IT, hospitality, care and building and construction. London is home to more adults aged 18 - 34 who have completed a trade apprenticeship or other qualification at level 3 (BTEC, NVQ etc) than any other region in the country, providing recruiters with a huge pool of potential talent. Metro (London) and the Evening Standard reach 2.5 million Londoners and provide advertisers with the platform to reach a young, diverse audience who are keen to learn new skills.

In London, Metro and the Evening Standard allow you to reach:

  • 2,489,000Adults - more than any other national newspaper
  • 515,000Adults aged 16 - 25 - more than any other national newspaper
  • 258,000Students - more than any other national newspaper
  • 322,000Adults who are aged 16 - 25 and from an ethnic minority
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 95,000Adults who are aged 16 - 25 who intend to change jobs in the next 6 months
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 87,000Adults who expect to finish school/college or start first job in the next 12 months
    - more than any other national newspaper
Source: NRS Julyy 2015 - JuneĀ 2016 London ITV. TGI April 2015 - March 2016 London ITV
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