Revealed: The Thousands of Jobs Young Australians Don't Want Because of & # 39; Snobbery & # 39; because the government encourages school leavers to appeal
- The government says more students must stop in year 10 and buy a course
- Michaelia Cash wants the negative stigma around jobs to be eradicated
- More than half of Australia's most earning careers are vocational training jobs
- The number of Australians starting a trade has almost halved in the last ten years
An increasing number of young Australians are turning their nose to thousands of well-paid jobs as a result of & # 39; job snobbery & # 39 ;.
The federal government encourages students to leave school in year 10 and choose a course instead of going to college.
Nearly 290,000 Australians started apprenticeships in 2008, but in only 10 years only 156,000 people entered the trade in 2018.
Nearly 290,000 Australians started apprenticeships in 2008, but only a decade only 156,000 people entered the trade in 2018
Employment Minister Michaelia Cash encourages students to leave school in year 10 and said they would be better off than those who choose to finish school and go to college.
Employment Minister Michaelia Cash encourages students to leave the school in year 10
Senator Cash said she wants every negative stigma around jobs to be abolished and believes that students should be proud of a tradition.
But Labor encourages students to stay in school.
"You have a much better chance of getting a job when you finish school than if you don't finish school," Minister Shadow Education and Training told Tanya Plibersek 7 News.
More than half of the list of government's most earning careers are vocational training jobs and not university degrees.
Construction managers can earn as much as $ 3,500 a week ($ 182,000 a year).
WHAT OPERATIONS MAKE MORE THAN $ 100,000 PER YEAR?
Real Estate Maintenance Contractors: $ 151,250
Painters: $ 140,000
Handymen: $ 139,375
Electrician: $ 137,059
Construction: $ 133,571
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