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Are the most valuable skills the ones young people already have?

Thursday, October 19, 2017
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Are the most valuable skills the ones young people already have?

With the fourth industrial revolution changing global business, we’ll explain what’s happening with disruption, and how EY is bringing human skills and technology together, evolving our workplace, strengthening our culture, and becoming truly future ready.

And with the right training, the right mind-set, in the right environment, young people can start expanding their future skills to kick-start a successful career in business. Because their success is our success.

About EY

We’re the UK’s fastest growing organisation in our industry. We’re built to help companies of every size and description, right around the world, answer complex questions, work in better ways and accelerate their growth and success. We have a purpose too, a big idea that we believe in and work towards: everything we do is geared towards building a better working world.

At EY we believe that planning today helps you go further tomorrow. So whether young people are considering an apprenticeship, studying at university, or still undecided, joining EY will lead to the same professional qualifications. What’s more, they’ll be working with dynamic people on exciting projects and learning whilst they earn.

Explore the opportunities available for young people including the EY Business Apprenticeship (voted Best School Leaver Programme at the 2017 TARGETjobs awards) and our latest programme the EY Degree Apprenticeship in Digital Innovation, in partnership with ADA, the National College for Digital Skills at ukcareers.ey.com/schools.

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