Openwork: People who have lost finance jobs should retrain in advice sector

150 trained in 2020

Hannah Godfrey
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The academy is achieving particular success in attracting people switching to second careers, with the average age of a candidate being 35.
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The academy is achieving particular success in attracting people switching to second careers, with the average age of a candidate being 35.

People who have lost jobs in financial services due to the coronavirus pandemic should look to the advice sector for retraining and future employment opportunities, according to Openwork.

Some 31 trainees are expected to join the Openwork Academy - the network's adviser school - by the end of October, taking the total to 150 trainees in 2020. According to Openwork, the Academy is...

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