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Younger workers far more likely to seek career change in Covid-19 recession

One in four employees aged 16-34 are currently considering a new career as economic impact of coronavirus pandemic bites  ONS (Office for National Statistics) figures released today (15 Sept) have provided early indicators for the number of UK employees on payroll during August 2020, revealing a sharp rise of 156,000 young people (aged 16-24) without employment.

Not your average accountant: Why a career in finance is open to all, whatever your exam results

#GCSEResults2020 - With coronavirus (Covid-19), predicted grades and #AI #Algorithms having led to chaos for some A-level students, the Association of Accounting Technicians (@YourAAT) is calling on school leavers to consider a career in finance – whatever their results.

“Never a better time” to gain skills qualifications fit for employment

#ResultsDay2020 - With the ongoing fiasco of exam results, school leavers are being urged to consider gaining the necessary skills to help them start their future career via vocational qualifications, as an alternative to university.

Three footballers who are future-proofing their careers through accountancy

During the summer of 2019, @Aresnal's Leah Williamson’s profile grew dramatically.


Huge rise in home studying of accountancy courses due to #Coronavirus say @YourAAT  With the coronavirus pandemic entering a second month since lockdown restrictions were imposed, AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) is reporting a sharp rise in numbers accessing its courses via distance learning, with distance learning registrations showing a 20% increase in the week to 23 April 2020 compared to the same week in 2019.  


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