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99 Percent of Apprentices Say Apprenticeship Was Right Choice But They Aren't Hearing About Them in School

99 Percent of Apprentices Say Apprenticeship Was Right Choice But They Aren't Hearing About Them in School

A new survey by the Industry Apprentice Council (IAC) has revealed that almost all apprentices feel satisfied that an apprenticeship was the best choice for them. The 2013 survey, which included...  

28/01/2014 | 0 Comments |

Success at School Teams Up With Careers Advice Charity Adviza

Success at School Teams Up With Careers Advice Charity Adviza

We're excited to announce that we have teamed up with careers advice charity, Adviza, to give you one-to-one advice via our forums. From December 1st 2014, students from registered schools will be...  

20/11/2014 | 1 Comments |

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Manchester better than London for graduates

The north of England is better for graduate jobs and work-life balance than London, a new report has revealed. Manchester came top for matching graduate work opportunities and affordable housing, followed...  

07/07/2015 | 0 Comments |

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Young people who have done volunteering are more employable

Entry-level job applicants who have volunteered in their spare time have more employability skills, a new report has found. More than 65 per cent of bosses surveyed agreed that people who had social action...  

09/07/2015 | 0 Comments |

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The new apprenticeship levy – what is it and how will it affect you?

In the budget last week, Chancellor George Osborne announced that big businesses will be charged a new tax to help fund the training of apprentices. The “apprenticeship levy” is part of the...  

13/07/2015 | 0 Comments |

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Prime Minister vows to close pay gap between men and women

David Cameron has set out his plans to make sure that women get paid the same as men at work. The Prime Minister will force companies with more than 250 employees to publish the gap between average female...  

14/07/2015 | 0 Comments |

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Job hunters ‘aren’t taking advantage of social media’   

Job hunters are missing out by not using social media to sell themselves to future employers, new research has found. While 27m Brits use social media every day, less than one in five are using it...  

22/07/2015 | 0 Comments |

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Job prospects looking good for this year’s graduates

It’s good news for the class of 2015 with more job opportunities and more attractive pay packages, new figures have revealed.   According to reed.co.uk, there are 77% more job vacancies compared...  

29/07/2015 | 0 Comments |

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Accountancy firm scraps academic requirements for trainees

Students will no longer need certain grades to apply for a job at the global accountancy firm EY. The company has removed academic requirements from its entry criteria so it can “create a more even...  

04/08/2015 | 0 Comments |

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More graduates are being hired than ever before

Graduates have more job opportunities than ever before and are earning more too, a new report has revealed. The survey, by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), found that there has been a 13.2%...  

09/09/2015 | 0 Comments |

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