The story has always been that if you enter the workforce with a bachelor’s degree your are far more likely to earn significantly more than those who don’t.
This is of considerable concern to those that toil for years at university, and who leave their respective institution with a large amount of debt. Since 2006 the graduate earnings premium has fallen by 8 per cent.
Sadly, a bachelor degree is not a promise of success for graduates. It has been found that an array of skills is far more likely to secure work placement and high earnings potential. This is why up-skilling and diverse training is important.
Whether it be learning an entirely new skill set, or updating and improving your current skills, pursuing vocational training is beneficial for those interested in furthering their career.
National Training offers an opportunity to create an impressive foundation of skills.