Dolly - - Boss Babe -

It’s quite pos­si­ble that the ca­reer you’re keen on doesn’t even re­quire a univer­sity de­gree – what you may need is an ap­pren­tice­ship. An ap­pren­tice­ship is a pro­gram that lets you learn the ins and outs of a par­tic­u­lar job by ac­tu­ally work­ing in the field (that’s right, you ac­tu­ally get PAID to do it!). Then, af­ter earn­ing your qualifications, you’ll be ca­reer­ready. More than 500 oc­cu­pa­tions of­fer ap­pren­tice­ship or trainee­ship op­por­tu­ni­ties as ei­ther full-time or part-time pro­grams, so there’s sure to be some­thing that takes your fancy. You can start an ap­pren­tice­ship while you’re still study­ing or you can start when school ends and, best of all, there’s no ATAR re­quired.

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