Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Youth Training Scheme created by property market recovery

Property prices are rising, lenders are approving more mortgages and now one of the UK’s leading home builders is creating 225 new jobs.

Persimmon Homes has announced it is recruiting for 225 young people to join the business. The new jobs will be spread across its 24 regional businesses in England, Wales and Scotland and includes 125 brick laying and joinery apprentices, 50 trainee sales advisors and 50 graduate/trainee technical staff.

It is yet another sign that the property and construction sector is coming out of the downturn, albeit slowly.

‘This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to join a thriving business,’ said chief executive, Jeff Fairburn who began his own career at the age of 17 on a Youth Training Scheme in the construction industry and many of the current directors in the business also began their careers straight from school.

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