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Employees with higher levels of education, women, younger employees and people with mid-range skills (such as sales staff and administrative staff) are the chief beneficiaries of training at work, a new ONS study has shown.

Conversely, the analysis reveals that the least qualified workers are the least likely to receive training at work with about a third of those with degree-level qualifications (32.4%) reporting having had training in the previous three months compared with just 8.5% for workers without any qualifications and 21% of those with some GCSEs but nothing more.


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