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CAREEROMETER: A TOOL TO COMPARE JOBS Use the Careerometer to compare different jobs — salary, working hours, etc. Click the dotted square. Type in the first career that you think you might be interested in and select from the drop-down list, then add your second and third choice to see the comparison.

SKILLSOMETER: This is a quiz that can help you figure out what you want to do in the future. After you start the quiz, you will be shown a series of cards with statements.

For each statement, please think about whether you would like or have an interest in doing this in a future job. Select the emoji that represents what you think. At the end, you will be given some ideas about jobs linked to what you would like to do.

A range of up-to-date resources to support students, Parents/Carers and the wider community within the field of Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG).

Whether you want latest apprenticeship vacancy information, information on temporary seasonal work, a CV template, advice on labour market trends or access to career videos, the sections above can direct you to CEIAG resources to support your research.

Parent CEIAG Support

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Three ways which work experience

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Amazing Apprenticeships Parents Zone


What is LMI, How Can It Help Young People, and How Do You Use It?

As of 2020, the youth unemployment rate in the UK sits at 12.7%. Though this is a substantial reduction from a high of 22.3% in late 2011, it is still much higher than the overall adult unemployment rate of 3.9%.


Future jobs in the north-east of England - CareerWave

Future jobs in the north-east of England. 20th February 2019 by Richard Allnutt. In the north-east, the Local Enterprise Partnership has identified 4 ‘business opportunity areas’ which, it is hoped, will provide loads of future jobs for our young people.


Data on the future of work - OECD

The future of work offers unparalleled opportunities, but also significant challenges. Find the latest OECD analysis and data on this topic., Selection of key infographics and indicators on future of work

Flexible Work Favoured Over 4-Day Working Week

Posted June 17, 2022

Flexible Work Favoured Over 4-Day Working Week | World Economic Forum (

How AI, Diversity And The Environment Will Define The Future Workforce

Five key takeaways from Graduate Outcomes 2019/20
UK graduate labour market update: 1 July
The Future of Labour Market 2023

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