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News: Careers talks at 14 'boost wages in later life'

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School types: Maintained, Academy, Independent · School phases: Secondary, 16 Plus
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Pupils aged 14 who receive talks from employers at school earn up to £2,000 more in later life than those who do not, new research suggests. Sessions were less effective for 16-year-olds. The study's authors say the findings show careers education can have a lasting impact on future wages.

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