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Having a strong selection of skills on your CV is more important than ever suggests new data from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Their latest Labour Market Outlook Data that even though the jobs market is improv
When it comes to starting your career ‘experience’ is everything, and the Duke of Edinburgh award is one of the best way for you to get new skills and gain experiences.
Offering a wide range of activities the DofE is well-respected by employer
500 business high-flyers earning over £70,000 have given away their tips to success and have shown you how to follow in their footsteps.
Among the attributes that helped highlighted by Children’s literacy charity Volunteer Reading Help were
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?
Despite a record level of graduates searching for jobs last year, over 10,000 graduate jobs were left unfilled last year with reluctant employers unwilling to offer positions to candidates, and this week research from firms including HSBC, Santander
The latest figures showing that graduate unemployment is still a problem have resulted in questions being raised on how well university degrees equip students for the working world.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics data showed that
While there are more people looking to get into fewer university places, on maths related courses unis are struggling to fill places with suitable students.
A new report by The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education shows that nearly two-thir