This Man never went to College but now Earns Rs.10 Crore, Read his success story

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In today’s world, having a job is essential to earn money. Many people work hard to pursue higher education and gain valuable skills in order to secure well-paying jobs. However, it’s disheartening to see that even highly educated individuals are struggling to find employment, while those with impressive qualifications are often earning low salaries. But what if we told you about someone who never went to college, yet is earning a staggering Rs.10 crore? We’re talking about Ben Newton. Let’s delve into his extraordinary success story.

Ben Newton: From School Dropout to Deloitte Partner

Ben Newton, a 30-year-old man from the United Kingdom, has achieved remarkable success despite not attending university. He is currently working as a partner at Deloitte, one of the leading professional services firms. According to a report in The Sunday Times, the average pay for this role is an impressive one million pounds (approximately ₹ 10 crore).

Ben’s journey began 12 years ago when he joined Deloitte’s Brightstart apprenticeship programme. This programme offers an alternative pathway for individuals who do not pursue higher education. Last year, Ben reached a significant milestone by becoming a partner at Deloitte, making him the first partner to have emerged from the Deloitte Brightstart apprentice programme for school dropouts.

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Ben Newton joined Deloitte 12 years ago through its apprenticeship scheme called Brightstart. Last year, he became a partner in the firm at the age of 30 and makes £1 million or more annually. This also made him the first partner from Deloitte Brightstart’s apprentice scheme for school leavers

A Different Background and a Different Path

His father left school at 16 to become a soldier, while his mother worked in a pub and later as a travel agent. Although Ben had the opportunity to attend the University of Warwick to study maths, he decided to join Deloitte’s Brightstart programme instead. This allowed him to start working early and earn a living.

Choosing the Path Less Traveled

Reflecting on his decision, Ben explained that he initially planned to pursue a university education. However, during the summer before starting college, he worked multiple jobs to save money and came across the option of school-leaver schemes, which piqued his interest. He decided to apply to a few of these schemes, including Deloitte, even though he had originally intended to follow the traditional university route.

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Embracing the Opportunity at Deloitte

Ben landed an interview with Deloitte and ultimately accepted the job offer. He expressed his passion for learning and acknowledged that he might have enjoyed the social aspects of university life. Nevertheless, he believes that joining Deloitte’s Brightstart programme was the right decision for him.

Deloitte’s Brightstart Programme

Deloitte introduced the Brightstart programme to expand its talent pool and provide an alternative career path for individuals who may not be interested in attending college. The programme aims to increase diversity and inclusion by attracting individuals from lower socioeconomic backgrounds to professional settings.

Ben Newton’s inspirational journey showcases that success can be achieved through different routes, and opportunities for professional growth exist beyond traditional educational paths.

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