Would You Rather Squeeze onto a Train or Gain a Qualification in 2022?

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How long will it take for you to gain a qualification from the time freed up from not commuting and working from home? Find out with this simple time-saving calculator.

The shift has happened. Remote working is here to stay. Now, most employees want to work from home at least three days a week. Pre-covid, the average commute time in the UK was 62 minutes, with 3.7 million workers spending 2 hours or more each day commuting. The WFH transition has freed up an incredible amount of hours. So what can you achieve with yours?

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Online courses are open to more professionals than ever

With the new flexible work landscape, online study has become more accessible than ever. Do you want to head to a crowded train station or learn something new?

It might take some hard work, but if done consistently, taking an online course could lead you on a path towards fulfilling your goals with the minimal time taken from your existing routine- just the time saved from heading into the office.

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