Sam Bowman's comments on the rise in minimum wage for apprentices features in CityAM

Deputy Director of the Adam Smith Institute Sam Bowman was quoted in City AM on the minimum wage rise for apprenticeships.

And Sam Bowman from the Adam Smith Institute said it could do long- term harm to would-be apprentices. “Raising the minimum wage usually hurts people’s job prospects because it makes them costlier to employ,” he said. “The apprentice National Mini­mum Wage is very low to reflect that training apprentices is costly to employers.”

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