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What new jobs will emerge in the 2020s?

What new jobs will emerge in the 2020s?

As the economy has evolved over the last decade, a perfect storm of austerity, automation and e-commerce has created winners and losers, with women in particular bearing the brunt of job losses in back office and high street roles. But the start of a new decade warrants a healthy dose of optimism. What new jobs will emerge? And how can we support workers to transition into the jobs of the future?

Wednesday, January 15, 2020/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (18)/Comments (0)/
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Mayor unveils £2.7 million for English and Maths for adult learners

Mayor unveils £2.7 million for English and Maths for adult learners

Skills providers also given more support for Londoners with special educational needs and disabilities.

Friday, January 3, 2020/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (36)/Comments (0)/
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Future Trends within the Transport and Logistic Industry

Future Trends within the Transport and Logistic Industry

The transport and logistics sector plays a major role in the UK economy. The transport and logistics sector expects to create 30,000 new apprenticeships by 2020. The government aims to see a 20% increase in the number of BAME (Black, Asian and Minority ethnic) candidates starting an apprenticeship by 2020. Areas of work include passenger transport, traffic management, transport planning and supply of goods such as warehousing, road, rail and air transport.

Thursday, January 2, 2020/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (60)/Comments (0)/
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Co-op to open 30 new stores before Christmas

Co-op to open 30 new stores before Christmas

New openings in transport hubs, city locations and residential developments follow continued growth at UK's sixth-largest grocer.

Tuesday, December 17, 2019/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (77)/Comments (0)/
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Future Trends in Hospitality and Food

Future Trends in Hospitality and Food

The hospitality industry offers you the opportunity to meet and work with indiduals from all over the world. By 2024, the hospitality industry will need to recruit 1.3 million staff. There is a high demand for graduates to go into leadership and permanent roles, especially in hospitality. Chefs are in high demand and the sector is struggling to fill these skill shortage vacancies.

Friday, December 13, 2019/Author: Joanne Ray/Number of views (114)/Comments (0)/
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