“Huge numbers of young people across the UK have been put out of work.”
How many managers feel their business should do more in this area?
What characteristics make up emotional intelligence?
OECD explains that we still have some way to go in achieving migrant inclusion goals.
More than three-quarters (79 per cent) of businesses expect to increase the number of higher-skilled roles over the coming years. Yet two-thirds (66 per cent) fear that there will be a lack of sufficiently skilled people to fill vacancies.
93% of UK CIOs agree more focus should be placed on alleviating the IT skills shortage
Researchers from the University of Birmingham have found that raising your level of education and skills during your working life are key factors in determining your quality of life in retirement and older age.
The college sector’s performance on apprenticeships has come under fire after analysis by FE Week, the education and skills newspaper, found that many college budgets had devoted a scant two percent to apprenticeships, despite them being a major plank in the government’s economic policy.
Apprenticeship numbers in the joinery and woodworking industry could suffer a “catastrophic collapse” if the CITB (Construction Industry Training Board) was axed, according to a leading trade body.
Ofsted’s chief inspector has raised concerned about the quality of apprenticeships being offered to young people, as the government continues its drive to ensure that more are available than ever before.
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YouTube is replacing careers advisers as a primary source of information about the world of work, according to new research commissioned by the careers advisory campaign Your Life.
This year marks the graduation of the first students who had to pay £9,000 a year in tuition fees – and, worryingly, ComRes recently revealed that half of them feel their degrees weren’t worth the money.
The number of 16- to 18-year-olds not in education, employment or training (NEET) in England between April and June is at its lowest since records began in 2000, according to official figures reveal today. The Government are asserting that the quarterly figures are the latest indication it is succeeding in its drive to abolish youth…
Academic qualifications have been becoming less of a priority in graduate recruitment for some time, with two thirds of employers saying work experience is more important for assessing skills and potential.