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Looking to switch up your job or secure your first one? Let this guide lead the way.

Sometimes you need a change, sometimes you want a change and sometimes you are just starting out – whatever your reasons for looking for a new job, you may have some questions about where to start, what to do and how to go about that all-important job search. 

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Graduates Students

Paths to careers: a parent’s guide

Get advice on supporting your child with their career choices, on making decisions about university and on employer programmes with the free...

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Top 200 employers for school leavers revealed

Want to discover which employers you might like to work for?

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New ‘Make it Yours’ booklet for Years 9+

Download Study Higher’s new Make It Yours free careers booklet which helps learners in Years 9 and above better understand themselves and ...

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Virtual Reality: Working in the NHS

Use virtual reality to experience a day in the life of an allied health professional working in the NHS.

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Life Science, Healthcare and Social Care
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HS2 Jobs Board

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Construction
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Career's Springboard - Free job search advice for professionals

Careers Springboard is a registered charity that offers help and support during your job search. Careers Springboard provides free employmen...

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Graduates

Graduate job opportunities with Knowledge Transfer Partnership

The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme helps businesses in the UK to innovate and grow by linking them with an academic or research...

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Construction Digital Technology High Performance Engineering +3 More
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Buckinghamshire Adult Learning

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning is funded by central government through the Education and Skills Funding Agency.

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