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Former M&S boss backs work scheme

Former M&S boss backs work scheme

Sir Stuart Rose, the former head of Marks & Spencer, has defended the Governments work experience scheme and said it was absolutely baffling that anyone would complain about unemployed young people being given the opportunity to experience workplace opportunities.

Will Davies, founder of Britain’s fastest growing property maintenance firm aspect.co.uk, believes that education today is too geared towards testing and written examinations experience. He fears that people are leaving school without the basic skills necessary to enter and progress in the workforce. Mr Davies supports the Governments work experience scheme and states & lsquo;Youth un employment is likely to increase further because there are more experienced people being made redundant who are perhaps more employable.’ Our unemployed youth must make the most of any opportunity to build upon their experience.

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