Adults ‘don’t wish for qualifications’

An LSC survey has discovered that roughly two-thirds of adults were satisfied with the qualifications gained at school and nearly 75% of respondents stated they had made the most of opportunities at school and had worked hard enough.
It was also found that 70% of those who had retrained felt it had not improved their job prospects and over 80% said it hadn’t led to a pay rise. In addition, only 26% has said that their work was more enjoyable since retraining.
If you were to read an article based on these results on the Beeb Propaganda news website, you’d be given the same data but inside-out. What they should be saying is qualifications are losing significance and are no substitute for better working conditions such as paid holidays, prohibition of compulsory overtime and regular perks.

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