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What shall I do over the summer?

taking a gap year

Exams are over now and you will either be winding down ready to break up from school or college, or you will be leaving for good, you might be asking, what shall I do over the summer? The summer can be so many different things – it can be a total break from learning, spent hangout out with your friends ... Read More »

Work Experience – Why It’s So Important For My Future Career Prospects

Work Experience

Daniel Clark, Guest Editor of the April/May issue of Moving On magazine tells us why work experience is so important for him and his future career prospects. My name is Daniel Vito Clark, I am 19 years old and I was born in Brussels, Belgium. My family is centred on living in and being a part of the EU. My ... 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 »

Top 100 universities for graduate employability

A global employability survey commissioned by Emerging and conducted by Trendence reveals the top 100 universities worldwide for producing work-ready graduates.  Twelve of those universities that make the top 100 list are UK universities. Those universities are in ranking order: University of Cambridge – ranked 2nd globally University of Oxford – ranked 3rd globally Imperial College London – ranked 15th ... Read More »

All under 16s should have work experience say 82% of employers

Compulsory work experience was scrapped back in 2012 and although some young people still benefit from taking part in work experience, many others do not.  82% of over 3,000 employers who were polled by the British Chambers of Commerce have now said that all under 16s should be offered work experience. The benefits of meaningful, high quality work experience are ... Read More »

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