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Getting a Job After School free pdf Are you a parent worried that you're child won't be able to get a job when they leave school? Do you have a son or daughter who wants to leave school and get a job right away? School leavers are facing the toughest job market in 20 years so competition for every vacancy is fierce. If you want to give your child the best chance of finding, and getting, a job, invest in this book now. Getting a Job After School is an essential guide for young people, informing them about all of their work or work-related training options should they want to leave school at 16 or 18. It contains a comprehensive directory of jobs, highlighting the opportunities within each sector across a range of industries including: Administration, Business, Office Work and Financial Services. Building and Construction. Catering and Hospitality. Computers and IT. Design, Arts and Crafts. Education and Training. Engineering, Manufacturing and Production. Environment, Animals and Plant. Healthcare. Languages, Information and Culture. Legal and Political Services. Leisure, Sport and Tourism. Marketing, Advertising, Media, Print and Publishing. Performing Arts. Personal and Cleaning Services including Hair and Beauty. Retail, Sales and Customer Services. Science, Mathematics and Statistics. Security and the Armed Forces. Social Work and Counselling Services. Transport and Logistics. But it's not just a directory of jobs- it also gives invaluable advice on how to actually find and secure a job, especially if it's their first. From essential employability skills and how to apply for work, to potential training opportunities such as apprenticeships and other routes to employment, it provides all round advice. Getting a Job After School even gives extra support on other important issues to consider such as the pros and cons of leaving school.

About Karla Fitzhugh

Karla has written extensively on careers and education. She is the author of several books and has written for education publications for young people including UCAS magazine and YouthNet UK, as well as newspapers including the Guardian and Independent.

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Author : Karla Fitzhugh
Publisher : Trotman Publishing
Data Published : 14 January 2011
ISBN : 1844552667
EAN : 9781844552665
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 240 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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