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Why work experience is important

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14:30 PM | 22 June 2017
by Matt Oster
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Work experience is vital for students and grads. Find out why it's so important and how you can join us for work experience.

Whether you’re a teen or graduate, work experience is important, but many wonder what the point is.

It’s something to put on your CV

Employers value work experience; it sets you apart from the competition. Business experts often claim that it’s vital to differentiate yourself from others. The UCAS website state that “A recent survey showed two thirds of employers look for graduates with relevant work experience because it helps them prepare for work and develop general business awareness”, showing clearly that a placement comes with large rewards.

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