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Perceptions Of Difficulty Linked To Subject Choice

subject choice

When it comes to the choices that students make post GCSE, research completed indicates that perceptions of difficulty are linked to subject choice. Research undertaken by Ofqual included student focus group research as well as interviews with teachers. Students were asked about subject differences, if, and how perceptions of these might influence the choices that they make regarding subject choice. ... Read More »

The Budget-Careers: Construction, Automotive, Teaching and Artificial Intelligence

The budget

Here are a few interesting points from the chancellor’s budget, which may affect labour market and skills demands. We take a look at The Budget – Careers: construction, automotive, teaching and artificial intelligence. Some key points from the budget: £44bn in Government support to boost construction skills This budget announcement sits alongside the government commitment to build 300,000 new homes ... Read More »

Unusual Careers What Does A Mudlogger Do?


There are loads of jobs out there that you’ve probably never heard of. For example, what does a mudlogger do? A mud log is a record of drilling activity – a geological record of a drilled hole. Mudloggers are very important workers in the oil and gas industry. They monitor and record all drilling activity as well as information on ... Read More »

IET Apprentice Of The Year Announced Recognising Exceptional Engineering Contributions

IET apprentice of the year

IET Apprentice of the year announced as Magdelena Dyga, a manufacturing laboratory technologist. The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has today announced the winner of its annual Apprentice of the Year Award, which recognises individuals who have made exceptional engineering contributions to their profession or operational area. Electron beam welding ‘star of the future’, Magdelena Dyga wins top IET prize ... Read More »

Legal Secretary – Would It Suit Me?

legal secretary

The job of a legal secretary is to provide admin support in a legal setting for lawyers. They produce legal documents like wills, prepare court files, meet and great clients and perform other secretarial activities such as note taking and filing. Would being a legal secretary suit me? If you are good at communicating with people over the telephone and ... Read More »

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