What better way to kick off the new year than to win £250? Or take part in a remote session from home to give your feedback about different career paths and earn £40! Whether you went straight into work after school, went on to do an apprenticeship, or you stayed in further education, we're looking for feedback from all ages about their current job role and future aspirations.
Your feedback will be helping the Department for Education to develop a training scheme, which supports those at different stages of their career.
These sessions will be remote and can be completed from home, however we will also have future sessions happening across the UK. You'll have the opportunity to let us know your preference and location at the end of the questionnaire.
Please note this questionnaire is a little longer than usual (it may take up to 5 minutes to complete). We're running a £250 prize draw as a thank you for all of those who have completed the questionnaire by 5pm on Tuesday 1st January. The winner will be notified on Wednesday 2nd January. Ts & Cs apply!
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