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Moving On October 2017

Welcome to the October issue of Moving On.

This issue is jam-packed with information on careers in engineering, construction and manufacturing. We’ve also got some great features for you on working in agriculture and transport and logistics.

Engineers for all industry areas are in high demand and chief executive of the engineering skills body, Semta, Ann Watson has some words of wisdom for you on page 10.

Whether you want a career that involves extracting minerals from the ground, to flying high as a passenger airline pilot, we’ve got you covered. We’ve also included labour market information so that you can see which jobs are growing and which aren’t.

We are very excited to have an interview with two of the first degree apprentices to graduate on page 16. If you want to know what it’s really like to work for a successful company whilst completing your degree, then this is a must read.

We’ve also got an interview with Rotabroach apprentice, Joel who found himself flying to China for a work mission aged just 17.

Qualification routes can be confusing so we’ve provided you with some of the options available for qualifying for a career in engineering – starting from Entry Level qualifications and going all the way up to degree.

Don’t forget – if you want to get some experience writing for us, contact us at movingoninfo@cascaid.co.uk and let us know. We’re always on the lookout for young writers!

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About Lynette Daly

Lynette is the publishing editor of Moving On magazine. Moving On is devoted to helping young people make good choices for their future – education, qualifications and careers. Moving On really wants to motivate you! Our articles cover a range of topics to inspire and give ideas. Our magazines are delivered free to all schools, colleges and sixth forms in England and is also available online.

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