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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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http://video.news.sky.com/skynews/video/. There's a new warning hundreds of thousands of school-leavers face a fruitless search for work this summer, as the recession continues to take its toll on the jobs market. Many big and medium-sized employers have drastically cut back the apprenticeship and training positions they offer - meaning the traditional entry level jobs for 16 and 17 year olds are disappearing fast. Sky's Alistair Bunkall reports.
© www.shinepix.co.uk / Shaun Fellows National Express and Your Bus are promising to offer ex-armed forced personnel a guaranteed job interview for our current driving vacancies. We currently have a number of jobs on offer and are encouraging service leavers to apply. Veterans simply need to meet minimum criteria including holding a valid PCV license and, for safety reasons, living within an hour of the depot. Whilst a guaranteed interview does not automatically meant a guaranteed job, we really hope the chance to be interviewed professionally with constructive feedback, gives a valuable leg-up to ex-forces personnel, many of whom will not have had an interview since joining the forces. National Express has already promised to interview all service-leavers for its driving roles. Earlier ...
People make a career choice in many different ways. This video runs through a few paths to help get you thinking about your own career path. Useful resources and articles: Career Planning FREE eBook, 11 Easy Steps to Create your Career Plan and Set Career Goals: http://bit.ly/1h8j3PV Career Planning for PhDs FREE eBook: http://bit.ly/14VF3oT Making Decisions about Your Career: http://bit.ly/1jydko9 SWOT Analysis Helps Career Decisions: http://bit.ly/1fb2fqi http://www.jobs.ac.uk The best career and job hunting advice from the experts in Academic Recruitment. Watch, Learn, Share
http://ajobandme.com/ This is a list of the best jobs and vacancies that were advertised in Kenyan newspapers. Apply for these career opportunities in kenyan companies and in the government while there is still time. Take your career to the next level by taking advantage of these employment opportunities in Kenya. Watch more Kenyan job vacancy videos here: http://ajobandme.com/category/jobs-tenders-vacancy-videos/ Jobs in Nairobi County; Vacancies in Nairobi County Government; 2016 Jobs In Kenya; Vacancies in the County Government of Nairobi; March 2016 Jobs; April 2016 Jobs In Kenya
Russian/Eng/Nat Today 17-year olds throughout Russia are celebrating the last day of classes. Under the Soviet system their future would already be assured - either a place at University or a guaranteed job. But with some 10 (m) million unemployed as a result of economic reform, the future for Russia's school-leavers today is not so bright. Saved by the bell. The sound of freedom is ringing in the ears of these Russian school children. The celebrations can begin with their school days finally over but an unknown future awaits. Today, they begin their search for a job or a place at college. Those who want to go to University face stiff competition and entrance exams, and those who want to work face long queues at the job centre. But it used to be a very diffe...
Thousands of school-leavers will not be going to university. And they'll join the hunt for jobs in coming days. Competition's fierce - unemployment is highest among young people. But recruitment experts say it's not all doom and gloom.
The U5 of 2004 at Amberfield school decided to create something to remember their informative years. Directed and filmed by Jessica Clinch and Emma Papworth. jessie did an amazing job editing with basic equipment. I believe flint was involved. don't laugh, we were young
If you have a job interview you need tips for, watch this video! I'm new to YouTube so excuse my awkwardness and poor skills with the lighting! I promise ill get better :)
Your first job interview can help set you on a path to prosperity and career growth. Or it can ensure that you stay unemployed a bit longer. The first job interview is a major financial first in the lives of most people. With some simple preparation and attention to detail, you can present yourself in a way that helps you stand out from the crowd. In this installment of "Financial Firsts" Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions presents examples of the "Good" and the "Bad" way to conduct your first job interview. You make the call. To learn more, please visit the Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions website: http://www.clearpointcreditcounselingsolutions.org/ Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions 8000 Franklin Farms Drive Richmond, VA 23229 (800) 750-2227
How to write a resume when you have little or no work experience but a school degree. If you find this video useful, please click like.
http://www.nation.co.ke School leavers have been urged not to depend on white collar jobs but look for other ways to do business. Speaking during the thanks giving ceremony at Kapsoya Church of God, Mr. Bernard Silas who recently graduated from University of Nairobi said school leavers should use the knowledge and skills gained to venture into relevant projects. Mr Silas added, the act will avoid engaging themselves in evil habits that may make their education a waste. Bishop Bringo Amkuhuma of Kapsoya Church of God Eldoret said parents have shown laxity, a move that have largely contributed to an increase in number of youths engaging in bad behaviour.
A CV, or curriculum vitae, is a resume that needs to be properly formatted and full of relevant information regarding experience, skills and references. Discover the importance of soft skills in a resume with help from a career counseling specialist in this free video on job searches and resumes. Expert: Steve Baiter Bio: Stephen Baiter, along with other career counseling specialists, helps to connect people with employment and job training opportunities at the EASTBAY Works One-Stop Career Center in Concord, Calif. Filmmaker: Sam Lee
Brit horror that pits the scariest bunch of gangsters alive against an army of the undead in the ultimate gangsters vs. zombie showdown! We follow a getaway driver for a group of gangsters who finds himself up against an unexpected enemy when his latest job coincides with the start of a zombie apocalypse. (2012) Main cast: Vincent Jerome as Q Huggy Leaver as Tony Fabrizio Santino as Crazy Steve Cassandra Orhan as Cassie Frank Rizzo as Pat Charlie Rawes as Muscles
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Working at 3 Bears Media, we made a large series of videos in CD ROMs for the Education Dept and the Australian Industry Group, showing school-leavers various job opportunities in trades and technical areas. Blair Joscelyne and I travelled the country, each with a video camera, shooting, producing and editing these 'Day in the Life Of" stories about careers in Aerospace.