This is an interesting article from where they look at the outcomes of vocational education.

Their article is based on a report from the Skilling Australia Foundation that reveals four in five parents would prefer their children go to university than undertake vocational training, with one in five believing VET graduates earn lower wages.

This is generally a myth, though, as VET graduates earn a median full-time income of $56,000 after training compared to $54,000 for bachelor degree graduates.

There are also better employment outcomes. You can read the rest of the story here [Link]

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