Goldman Sachs has taken on ten young Londoners as the first investment bank to take part in the Evening Standard’s jobless¬†campaign.
The year long apprenticeship, which will start ‘as soon as possible’ will see each apprentice work at Goldman Sachs for 30 hours a week, earning a living wage of ¬£8.30 an hour, whilst also receiving one day a week off-site to train for an NVQ at City Gateway.
Michael Sherwood, co-chief executive of the bank, said: ‘As a large firm with significant resources, we believe it is right that we step up and commit to taking apprentices.’ He admitted that they usually have a tough recruitment process, only employing high achieving graduates, but said that they thought ‘apprentices who come through their [City Gateway’s] rigorous training programme will do well at Goldman Sachs.’
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