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Got your results today? Be prepared to hear something that not many people will have told you recently. Ready?
University is not for everyone. The increase in tuition fees to £9,000 a year, the number of graduates without jobs and a difficult job
A current concern with employers nationally is ‘employability’. Many companies shy away from employing graduates due to their lack of ‘employable skills’. But what exactly are the ‘employable skills’ they are looking for?
New organisation dedicated to investing in young people by educating them on the importance of science could open the doors for them in the future.
Teen Tech is an organisation that runs lively one day events to increase awareness of career possib
Three of the licensed hospitality industry’s top organisations are joining forces to a one-day apprentice event.
The event to be held on 26th June 2012 at the Sketchley Grange Hotel, Burbage, Leicestershire aims to bring apprentices, employers a
School leavers are being prevented from making informed choices about their future because of a lack of careers guidance at schools suggests the AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians).
Recent AAT research showed that school leavers are not pr
With youth unemployment in the UK at an all-time high, students and recent graduates are facing increased pressure to stand out from the crowd. Internships have long been a means of aiding candidates to gain essential experience and skills within com
Things were meant to be getting better, but in the three months leading up to July the number of unemployed in the UK rose by 80,000 to 2.51 million.
The official figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show how competitive the jobs
The gap between girls and boys has again increased for the top grades at GCSEs, after another record-breaking year.
More people have earned top A and A* grades, and just under 70% were awarded between an A* and a C grade. (more…)
750,000 pupils are expected to break records with their GCSE results today under the new modular assessment format that was introduced in 2009.
This is the first time we have seen the results of the reform to GCSE’s where coursework has been dra
Labour Force Survey data has been recently analysed by the Office for National Statistics and the results of which were released today.
It found that when comparing data from November-December in 2010 1 in 5 employed graduates are actually on a lo