All Careers Advice

  • There are four levels of apprenticeship available, each offering different levels of qualification: intermediate, advanced, higher, and degree. Let’s take a look at what each one means.
  • The dictionary defines an apprentice as: ‘A person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed period at low wages'.
  • There are a range of things you may need to budget for when you first start work. We look at some of the costs you might come across as you start your working life, and ways you can reduce them.
  • With the numbers of jobs in the sector set to grow substantially year-on-year, the engineering sector shows no signs of stopping in its tracks when it comes to recruitment. Boiled down to its very essence, engineering combines mathematics and scientific principles to provide effective solutions t...
  • Don’t rush off at the end of a job interview. It’s your chance to find out if the position’s right for you too.
  • Think engineering is just about maths and science? Think again! Top recruiters in the field are looking for soft skills, as well as solid qualifications in the field you want to specialise in.
  • Employing more than two million people across the UK, the finance sector is ripe with roles