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    I'm currently considering applying for degree apprenticeships in different parts of the UK. However, as none of them are local to where I live, I would need to move closer to it. Do you think it would be worth the effort of moving or not?
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    I'm currently considering applying for degree apprenticeships in different parts of the UK. However, as none of them are local to where I live, I would need to move closer to it. Do you think it would be worth the effort of moving or not?
    If its a good one and they pay you enough money, then yes.
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    Depending on the size of the company, and the salary, you should be able to afford to move. Most people on mine moved into house shares with others on the course when we started, and now a few years in, some are in a position to buy their own houses.

    It's definitely possible to relocate.
 
 
 
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