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Where can public sector jobs take me?

"I can say, hand on my heart, that working in the public sector is the most rewarding way I can contribute to society and earn a living." This is what one public sector worker said in an interview...  

How to become a health visitor

As a health visitor, you'll get to work with young children and their families as they go through the challenges of their first years. It's an interesting, high-skilled and varied career with a lot...  

60 Second Interview: Nutritionist

Mariana’s love of food and nutrition led her to a role with Spoon Guru, an app that helps people make informed choices about what they’re eating. She tells us what skills you need if you want...  

A complete guide to aerospace engineering

It turns out a whole bunch of people want to know the difference between aerospace and aeronautical engineering! Maybe you're one of those people, or maybe you've never heard of either - but if you...  

60 Second Interview: Content executive

Content executive Jessica explains what you need to do if you want to write for a career - and why she wishes she'd asked more questions at school.  Name: Jessica Lindley Company: instantprint Industry:  Print...  

How to become a software engineer

From Instagram and Snapchat to Sims Mobile, Microsoft Word and Google Chrome, the apps and programs you use every day didn’t come from nowhere. Software engineers are the creative, problem-solving...  

How to get into marketing

Think you could create the kind of message which gets people talking or rushing to the nearest shop? If that sounds like you, marketing might be just the job you’re looking for. In this guide, you’ll...  

What are sponsored degrees?

When it comes to choice, school leavers have never had it so good. You’ve probably heard of higher apprenticeships and degree apprenticeships by now – but what about sponsored degrees? Well...  

Things to do instead of college when you leave school

If you’re leaving school this year, you may be thinking you don’t want to go on to sixth-form or college to study for your A-levels. Perhaps you’ve had enough of education or want to...  

What’s the difference between a college and a university?

College and university are terms that are often used interchangeably, but they're actually quite different environments. As you start to think about the direction you’ll be heading in when you leave...  

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