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Student View – From Education to Employment

Student view

Georgia Dalton gives us her student view on the journey from education to employment. Since the age of four I have loved reading and writing and I have always known that I want a career where I can spread my love of novels and words. Throughout school, my passion for English hasn’t changed. At 12 years old I realised how ... Read More »

Work As A Claridges Chef – Life In The Kitchen Of A Top London Hotel

sous chef

Life is sweet for young Claridges chef, Jacob Slaughter. Find out how his passion for food and cooking led him into a tasty career in top hotel catering. Moving On magazine first met Jacob Slaughter back in 2013 when he studying catering at FE college. As a student reporter for Moving On, he interviewed TV chef Michel Roux Jr and now ... Read More »

Career advice from Theo Paphitis – Importance of Employability Skills.

Theo Paphitis - Employability Skills

Get some career advice from Theo Paphitis who talks about the importance of employability skills. When should young people start learning about work and employability skills? As young as possible!  At school is a great place to start discussing the workplace and the types of jobs young people might like to do and the employability skills they’ll need to do ... Read More »

Bloodhound Project – a supersonic boost for kids and the UK economy.

The Bloodhound project

Bloodhound Project director Richard Noble hopes that his supersonic scheme will inspire kids to invent and design new technology, to boost the UK’s economy. About Richard Noble and The Bloodhound Project Richard Noble hopes to drive his supersonic car, Bloodhound SSC, into the record books this year but he is also full of hope about another mission – to engage ... Read More »

Routes into finance – Apprenticeships versus Degrees

Moving On spoke found out about three young people’s routes into a finance career. One is an apprentice, one began her career in full time employment and the other is on a six-year school leaver programme to gain a paid-for degree. Amy Kirby is an investment manager’s assistant at Rathbones Investment Management in Liverpool. She is on an apprenticeship programme. ... Read More »

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