Life outside the City
Now is an excellent time to be looking for a training contract in the regions. Rachel Harris tells you what to look for
It is a well-known fact that the City of London accounts for about one-third of all training contracts on offer in any given year. The whole of London (City and Greater London) accounts for around one-half of all available training contracts. Vacancies at the top London firms are well advertised, the work is excellent, the training good, the financial rewards attractive and the firms have a sophisticated PR machine for attracting high calibre students.
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