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UK Skills Shortage Occupation 19 Prosthetist

health and social care careers

This is the 19th instalment in a series of blogs that provide information on occupational roles that employers struggle to fill. In this article we take a look at the role of the prosthetist / orthoptist. There are regional differences in the skills and occupations where employers are experiencing shortages and throughout this series we will endeavor to provide information ... Read More »

Working In Passenger Transportation

Transport and logistics

Planes, trains and automobiles – passenger transportation is about moving people, as passengers rather than as self-drivers. People move about from one place to another every minute of every day. They travel by road, rail, water and air using buses, coaches, trams, trains, taxis, boats, planes and helicopters. This daily mass movement of people requires drivers, pilots, captains and crew. ... Read More »

Working As A Recruitment Consultant

recruitment

Matchmaking Careers Are you a natural matchmaker? If so, maybe a career in recruitment would suit you. Recruitment consultants place people looking for jobs with employers who want workers. If you’re great at speaking with and listening to people as well as negotiating, then you might enjoy this job. This job involves discussing what the employer wants, advertising jobs, finding ... Read More »

CV Writing Tips

CV writing tips

With hardly any experience, how do you write a CV that will help you get through to the interview stage? Here are some CV writing tips to help you get it right. Even if you’ve never had a job there are lots of ways to show that you’ve got the skills that employers want. There are certain set of skills ... Read More »

Health And Social Care Careers

health and social care careers

Health and social care careers – feeling good and working well The NHS employs around 1.4 million people and social care 1.6 million people, let’s take a look at three key roles in health and social care. Health visitor Health visitors are primary healthcare team members. They promote good health and they prevent illness by working within communities, visiting people ... Read More »

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