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I'm a student and want to make some extra cash - should I get a ...

The Daily Mail 22 Sep 2023
Should I get a part-time job or start my own business? Dave Fishwick replies ... I have had a look around for jobs and have found a few that I could do, ranging from bar work, waiting tables or kitchen work, to some call centre work ... Meet the school leavers shunning degrees for digital jobs I founded a £4bn business and here's my plan to revive...

Top 10 suggestions to change SA’s economic trajectory

Independent online (SA) 21 Sep 2023
By Andrew Bahlmann ... 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... Re-evaluate the curriculum of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions to be led by industry needs - and not only offer it to disadvantaged school-leavers with poor basic numeracy and only interested in the stipend – and ensure graduates possess job-ready skills. 6 ... 7 ... 8 ... 9 ... 10 ... BUSINESS REPORT .

Peak China? Jobs, local services and welfare strain under economy’s structural faults

The Observer 18 Sep 2023
When finding a job feels as unlikely as winning the lottery, playing the actual lottery may seem like a more productive use of time ... Most of the people in the youth unemployment cohort are not recent college graduates but school leavers who are unable to get the types of service-sector jobs that have previously kept China’s cities buzzing.

King meets pupils learning rural skills after helping to save estate

The Daily Telegraph Australia 16 Sep 2023
... accessible to those with no connection to it including school leavers, job hunters and secondary school pupils.

Meet the three friends who launched Amazing Lofts last year with £5,000… and have since ...

The Daily Mail 15 Sep 2023
It's never easy quitting the safety blanket of a full-time job to go it alone - especially when even family and friends say it's a terrible idea ... Meet the school leavers shunning degrees for digital jobs I founded a £4bn business and here's my plan to revive...

I started a platform to help artisans make money from workshops: Wecandoo's founder on making ...

The Daily Mail 15 Sep 2023
What is Wecandoo? ...There are certain crafts that people can learn ... Meet the school leavers shunning degrees for digital jobs I founded a £4bn business and here's my plan to revive... Share ... ‘In Covid, about 50 per cent of our makers had to take another job to make ends meet ... So it could be a part-time job then you have to get a studio to host people.’.

Chris Atkins: I’m amazed more don’t break out of Wandsworth

The Times/The Sunday Times 08 Sep 2023
... cutbacks were clear during my time inside, as I saw a generation of old-school ex-army screws — bloody frightening but great at their jobs — being pensioned off and replaced by terrified school leavers with nine weeks’ training.

The council wants to shut our local pub - how can we turn it into ...

The Daily Mail 08 Sep 2023
Meet the school leavers shunning degrees for digital jobs Could I renovate empty properties and hire ex-offenders to... I advise at least one of you to get a part-time job in a bustling pub locally, watching what beers, drinks and food they sell most of and what entertainment ...

Inside Daniel Abed Khalife's jail breakout: How 'Iranian spy' in prison kitchen uniform used makeshift ...

The Daily Mail 07 Sep 2023
'He shouldn't have been given a trusted job like that but it was pure chaos being run by school leavers ... 'The Conservatives need to urgently explain how they can't do the basic job of keeping potentially dangerous criminals locked up.

Meet the school leavers shunning degrees for digital jobs

This is Money 01 Sep 2023
A growing number of school leavers are being hired by businesses who are prioritising digital skills over qualifications, including A-Levels and degrees ... We hear from the school leavers who've used their tech skills to score top jobs using their tech skills.

Why I came back to Dadaab: A different kind of refugee return story

The New Humanitarian 31 Aug 2023
Unemployment in the Kenyan camps, even for school leavers, is much worse than I remember. The few good jobs available, like working for humanitarian agencies – earning around $100 a month – are disappearing fast as a funding crunch hits aid programmes.

Alternative access routes for Stem courses

The Irish Times 29 Aug 2023
Photograph. iStock Shauna Bowers. Tue Aug 29 2023 - 02.00 ... Viewed as a reliable industry with positive job prospects, the realm of Stem is popular with many school-leavers, pushing up competition for places and – consequently – the required CAO points ... READ MORE ... .

University enrolment declines amid shrinking job opportunities

Marietta Daily Journal 17 Aug 2023
... leavers are applying for places at universities.

Why sharing and celebrating SA’s small business success stories is vital to building a better ...

Independent online (SA) 17 Aug 2023
Given the level at which the small business sector can generate the number of jobs needed to bridge the gap, more ... There are those who would argue that school-leavers who struggle to find employment in the formal job market, should consider entrepreneurship as a viable alternative.

Young people with disability have poorer mental health when they are unemployed—funding should tackle job barriers

Phys Dot Org 16 Aug 2023
Outside of school leaver supports, the NDIS can provide funding to help participants find and keep a job ... NDIS Minister Bill Shorten has targeted the school leaver supports program for reform as part of concerns around the financial sustainability of the NDIS, including changing the way the School Leaver Employment Supports program is funded.

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