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  • Unless, of course, they plan to emulate Philip Green, a school-leaver at 16 who, knowing only the rudiments of Dryden, was recently invited to advise the government's Etonians.

    Only a sadist would inflict Dryden on our schoolchildren

  • In 1972, as a school-leaver in an allegedly cushy civil service job, I did a 40 hour week for £12 take home … on April 10, 2010 at 1: 09 am expat lurker

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  • The majority of the more than 400 UK firms surveyed said they would hire a school-leaver with two years' work experience over a graduate.

    Firms cast doubt on value of degree amid squeeze on university places

  • You could apply for one of the hundreds of university courses that start in January, or carve your own career by starting a business, or apply for a corporate's school-leaver course.

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  • White-van man, if agreeable, then takes on a school-leaver for the next six months as a labourer and gofer.

    You're hired: white van man and the real apprentices

  • At times during the past decade, that number has even fallen into negative territory - meaning that the average school-leaver could earn more than the average arts graduate.

    Introducing the recession generation

  • When he says he is in favour of "national school-leaver programmes", "social action zones" and suchlike, and when he says that the Tories should become "the champions of social action", he really does mean what he says.

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  • What is even more remarkable however, after an investigation by The Times, is that just ten years ago Christian Bailey, whose US company is under investigation for planting fake news stories in Iraqi newspapers, was a nerdy, socially awkward English school-leaver called Jozefowicz.

    Hullabaloo

  • What is even more remarkable however, after an investigation by The Times, is that just ten years ago Christian Bailey, whose US company is under investigation for planting fake news stories in Iraqi newspapers, was a nerdy, socially awkward English school-leaver called Jozefowicz.

    Hullabaloo

  • What is even more remarkable however, after an investigation by The Times, is that just ten years ago Christian Bailey, whose US company is under investigation for planting fake news stories in Iraqi newspapers, was a nerdy, socially awkward English school-leaver called Jozefowicz.

    Hullabaloo

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