Which? survey finds one third of young people miss out on one-to-one advice

Lauren Higgs
Monday, August 13, 2012

More than a third of under 19-year-olds received no one-to-one advice from a teacher or careers adviser when choosing whether or not to pursue higher education, a survey by the consumer group Which? has found.

The survey found that one third of young people are missing out on one-to-one advice. Image: Becky Nixon
The survey found that one third of young people are missing out on one-to-one advice. Image: Becky Nixon

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