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The building sector is key to achieving net zero, but skills shortages and an ageing workforce put the government's ambitions at risk.
Employers and government must prioritise disadvantaged apprentices, says the co-chair of the Social Mobility Commission.
In hospitality and retail, the skills in demand since the pandemic began are changing.
To boost apprenticeships, the government must address the biggest cost – wages, says the Shadow Secretary of State for Education.
Our analysis shows some local authorities are better than others.
The Liverpool Metro Mayor on the UK skills gap, devolution, and the skills MPs need.
Apprentices – like other NHS staff – have found themselves in the middle of the greatest health crisis in generations.
The pandemic will change jobs, education and training forever.
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