BT have announced plans today to create 50 new apprenticeship and graduate jobs in Wales.
This is a tough time in the job market, with almost a million young people across the UK struggling to find work. Every company needs to play its part in ensuring that Britain's workforce isn't impaired by long term unemployment.
BT has an exciting future ahead of it, investing in the UK's high speed broadband infrastructure, and advances in television and digital media. Through new apprenticeships, graduate training and the Movement to Work programme, we want thousands of young people in Britain to share this future.
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