The Sutton Trust’s annual aspirations polling is cited in the Daily Mail’s Interview Cheat Sheet.

“Contemporary conventional wisdom is that university is a must for anyone turning 18, as it results in better pay and opportunities over the course of your working life.

However, as the cost of university becomes more expensive, an increasing number of young people appear to be turning their back on that consensus.

A recent poll by the education charity the Sutton Trust found that 65 per cent of people 16 and under believe a university education is important, down from 86 per cent in 2013.”

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