Apprenticeship benefits!!

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Being a fresh graduate, all one needs is a good job to gain some experience! In similar manner, organizations too need young individuals with them for the new ideas and enthusiasm that they bring along. This makes the alignment of inexperienced youth and big organization; a mutually benefitting one! Below are several good reasons that motivate organizations for hiring an apprentice:

·         Enthusiasm
New to the real world learning experience; they are keen to grab knowledge. Moreover, this is the phase of their life where they tend to learn harsh realities of the job market and make all possible efforts to step up in their career.

·         Fresh perspective
There is great difference in the perspective of a new entrant as well as the ones who have been into business for few years. Young people bring with them a new perspective of viewing things as well as fresh ideas to operate efficiently.

·         Dwindle unemployment
Hiring an apprentice helps reduce the youth unemployment problem as well as help the youth in gaining good experience to prosper in their career.

·         Easy to train
Since apprentices haven’t worked elsewhere; they are less likely to have gained any bad habits. Hence, they could be trained easily.

·         Cost
For hiring an apprentice, companies don’t need to dole out much money. Hence, it is a good deal to hire apprentice as they are keen to learn and perform each task with full sincerity without demanding much in return. In addition, grants are sometimes available to encourage companies to take on apprentices.

Apprenticeship mutually benefits the organization as well as the young graduates; hence this practice has become common in wide range of fields.

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