It is said that “necessity is the mother of invention.” More people are starting to cast their job nets further out, whether out of necessity, or because they are getting over previous mind-sets.
Many are waking up to the fact that they may not soon find a job in their related careers that they were previously suited for as more and more financial woes are pulling them out of their professional comfort zone.
Some are gaining valuable training by volunteering in local charities – and many are getting hired. This has been especially true with new graduates. There is a wealth of opportunities for willing job seekers that can build websites, graphics or media design.
For instance, The Inter Cultural Youth Exchange offers a variety of projects, such as HIV awareness. New careers are being born as people are increasingly becoming more open to learning essential skills, such as working within a team and communication.
The government introduced “The Education and Skills Act,” meaning that all students are required to continue their training or education post-16 to 18 years of age. The government is offering loans, saying that it is committed to England’s educational system and to the apprenticeship programme.
They are committed to seeing people remain competitive with the rest of the world. Their hope is that people will not take these acquired skills to other countries in an effort to find careers.
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