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Sunday, 27 November 2011

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In response to an e-petition calling for Career Advisers in Schools to be saved, the government has pledged £1.2 million to be invested over the next three years.

A confidential source close to the Prime Minister said: "The government relies on Career Advisers to put low achieving children onto their rightful career paths, and this additional funding will ensure that this continues to happen. After all, who else can we rely on to tell children with poor grades to aim lower, and settle for less?"

The funding will be accompanied by a variety of new internship opportunities in the lower paid sectors as part of an initiative to cater to the needs of early school leavers.

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