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Future Trends in the Digital and Creative Industry

Future Trends in the Digital and Creative Industry

In the creative industry you can work in a range of fields including photography, fashion, gaming, animation, art, dance, acting and music. The information and communication sector contain the two industries that have the largest number of jobs in creative occupations: 'Computer programming activities' and 'Computer consultancy activities'.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (14)/Comments (0)/
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Career pathways in Cyber Security

Career pathways in Cyber Security

For many years Cyber Security has been viewed as a niche area associated with government departments and the Secret Service!

Nowadays however Cyber security professionals are used by a wide range of organisations in various sectors including health care, finance, manufacturing and retail.

 

Thursday, July 4, 2019/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (34)/Comments (0)/
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Amazon to create over 2,000 jobs in the UK in 'vote of confidence for British economy'

Amazon to create over 2,000 jobs in the UK in 'vote of confidence for British economy'

Amazon will create 2,000 new jobs this year in the UK in a move that the Chancellor Philip Hammond described as a "vote of confidence in the British economy".

Thursday, July 4, 2019/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (25)/Comments (0)/
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Lidi to open 40 new London stores and create 1,500 new jobs

Lidi to open 40 new London stores and create 1,500 new jobs

Lidl has announced plans to open 40 new London stores which will create 1,500 jobs – with the first inner-city supermarket due to open next summer on London's buzzy Tottenham Court Road.

Friday, June 14, 2019/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (61)/Comments (0)/
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NHS turns to Mumsnet to fill nurse vacancies

NHS turns to Mumsnet to fill nurse vacancies

The NHS in England will turn to Mumsnet to help recruit nurses as part of a package of measures to fill vacancies in the health service.

NHS bosses see the online parenting chatroom and website as a crucial partner to entice nurses who have left the profession, to rejoin it.

It is one of a number of steps unveiled in the interim People Plan.

The report sets the ambition of recruiting an extra 40,000 nurses over the next five years.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (113)/Comments (0)/
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