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STEM careers for females – mind over matter

STEM careers –  the number of females choosing this pathway remains disproportionately low. Why? According to SEMTA, the skills council for science, engineering and manufacturing technologies, we are facing a shortfall of approximately 80,000 workers in STEM roles in the next two years and meeting the industry needs cannot be met without more females choosing these careers. It’s not just ... Read More »


Kieren Gallear aka DELS talks to Moving On about his career and the creative freedom he gets from taking art and music and making them his own. Kieren Gallear aka DELS is an astonishingly multi-talented rapper, visual artist and director who has a unique, holistic approach to his work, fusing visual imagery with music in a way that leads the ... Read More »

Maika Monroe

Just in time for Halloween, Moving On caught up with a rising star of scary movies, the scream-queen, Maika Monroe, when she visited the horror film festival FrightFest. Maika’s first acting role was in the horror film Bad Blood in 2006. Her excellent performance in recently released thriller The Guest sees her playing the grieving sister of a fallen soldier ... Read More »

Museum piece

Thinking about studying art and design? It could lead you into a fascinating career as a gallery or museum curator.  BY MELISSA SNOW We spoke to curator, Lisa Beauchamp, who told us how she landed her picture-perfect job and about the work she does with precious paintings, sculpture and objects at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Tell us about your ... Read More »

Straight from the dragon’s mouth

Most people know Peter Jones as one of the infamous dragons from BBC’s Dragons’ Den. When it comes to business, the man knows what he’s talking about! BY JAMES CHURCHILL Peter Jones started in business by running a tennis academy. Today he has amassed a substantial fortune through his entrepreneurial endeavours, estimated at over £400 million. But that’s not all ... Read More »

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