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Latest news about the labour and graduate market.

The EdTech sector is making all kinds of noise lately…

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…here’s an intro   Article written and provided by KidSmart  EdTech has been making all kinds of noise in recent times for several reasons: Firstly, the education sector is one of the largest and fastest-growing parts of the global economy. It is an industry concerned primarily with imparting information and relevant skills. Secondly, EdTech alone is …

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Unloc Enterprise Challenge 2019

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Have you been sitting on a great technology-led business idea? The Unloc Enterprise Challenge is back for its second year, brought to you by Verizon. What is it? The Unloc Enterprise Challenge is an online entrepreneurship competition, for those aged 16-25, who are looking to develop a technology-led business idea that is fresh, new and …

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What do graduates earn in popular entry-level roles?

              This content was provided by Sophie Austin, Site Manager at Findcourses.co.uk   Deciding what to do after University can be tricky, especially if you’re unsure what kind of career might be your best fit. Some factors to consider when choosing a career path might be: Hours (9 to …

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Career profile: Teaching– when (and how) to apply for training

For all the cataclysmic headlines about school teaching, the profession remains a popular training choice for graduates – UCAS reported a little over 46,000 PGCE applications in 2017. As finalist undergraduates, it’s likely you’ll know peers who are already decided on teacher training. And it’s not terribly hard to see why: Financial stability – with …

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Love Travel, Tech and The Great Outdoors?

Craig Simmonds gives us the inside scoop on a post-study vocation that combines the outdoors and tech-based, challenge-solving adventure. Craig was first introduced to ground probing radar tech in 1993, having  previously worked as a topographic land and measured building surveyor, as well as an Olympic Village site engineer in Barcelona.  Fascinated with the expanding …

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