- published: 12 Sep 2013
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I remember visiting my careers adviser once. I said to him I like drawing and he said "artist". That was the last time I saw him. My opinion is kids are not really given the core skills needed to get the job they want. How do you teach abstract things like motivation, self-esteem building, drive, perspective, opportunism, organisation, selling yourself or networking skills to kids? I'm just hoping they are given a better understanding of working life before they get out there and do it for real. *steps off soap box* If you have enjoyed this video in anyway, please give it a like and, if you think my channel is brilliant, subscribe and you'll get regular updates of what I'm putting up. Thank you kindly. :-)
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This vlog, is mainly themed around leavers, if you were near the camera at any point you are most likely in this, so please like and subscribe for more. For the next few days I will not be vlogging as I have work in my other job and will simply not have enough time, but will be blogging when I'm not working. I need to save for my holiday.
We asked some of our team members to describe their experience of working life at Mazars – take a look at what they said! Mazars is a global, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, advisory, accounting and tax services. We are among the top 10 accountancy firms within the UK. We are proud to offer outstanding career opportunities across our training programmes for school leavers, under-graduates, and graduates. We also offer a variety of exciting career opportunities for experienced individuals. At Mazars, You Matter. Joining Mazars means taking part in an exciting and entrepreneurial adventure and seizing the opportunity to quickly grow your potential. We embrace individual strengths to capitalise on what makes you unique. Your years at Mazars, years that cou...
All the staff at HCC came together to create this video for the Yr11 Leavers Assembly. Special Thanks to; Script 2 Screen Media, David McDonald, Georgia Holding, James McLintock and all the staff who did a brilliant job and gave 100%. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email email@example.com
We have to be honest. There's a lot of competition for opportunities at KPMG and not everyone gets offered a job. As you'd expect, our standards are high. We do believe, however, that the process of applying should be as easy as we can make it. This short video gives a comprehensive step by step guide of the recruitment process and advice for getting through it successfully.
There are two critical needs regarding employing school leavers 1) We need more employable school-leavers; and 2) Students need to be equipped to make decisions that will impact future careers. Schools and universities are producing graduates and drop outs who are difficult to employ and very expensive because their education is most irrelevant. Thousands of really good kids are falling through the gap and it's because the education system can't keep up with the rate of change necessary in today's 24/7 connected world. Video, interactive TV and games are turning teachers into expensive child minding service providers. Online university courses are popular because of we can now all watch the best of the best teachers in every subject. At last we can sack the dull and boring teachers and...
Joel grew up in care, living in 15 foster families and four care homes. With help from The Trust, he has worked hard to get his life on track and find a great job with M&S. Joel won the Samsung Young Achiever Award at The Prince's Trust and Samsung Celebrate Success Awards in the West Midlands. Read his story: http://goo.gl/ddzsEK
Find our project on Global Giving UK http://www.globalgiving.co.uk/projects/closing-the-gap/ With Youth Unemployment being higher than 11% in the UK and almost 14% of 16-24 year olds in England being NEET, integrating young people into the job market proves challenging. For care leavers, the situation is even more devastating: In 2013-14, 41% of 19-year-old care leavers were NEET. With the system requiring them to sign off benefits the moment they secure paid employment, many care leavers are forced to turn down a job, because they don't know how to make it through the first month.
My farewell speech on the last day at Cheers Was a great day in my life