You’ve seen your dream job ad, you don’t need any experience, you’ll earn a high salary and you get to work from home (woo hoo!) But is all that it seems?
Finding a job
Job searching can be a challenging and often overwhelming process but we’re here to simplify your journey by providing expert advice, actionable strategies, and essential insights that will empower you to stand out in the crowd and land your dream job.
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When you are a school leaver, graduate, jobseeker or career changer, finding a job can seem like an exciting but difficult task. Even if you already have a job but want to change your career focus, finding a job in the field you want may seem frightening.
There are a wide range of part time jobs that you can get for the summer holidays from working in retail to hospitality and more.
The end of your Apprenticeship is drawing closer which means you’ll need to consider what you are going to do when it finishes. The prospect can be a little bit daunting, but the good news is there are lots of options open to you and it’s all about finding what’s right for you.
Have you just been made redundant and struggling to cope? Losing your job can be a huge adjustment.
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Numerous situations can lead to a career change. After graduating from college or experiencing an unexpected layoff, people of almost every age and background find themselves looking for a new career path.