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How to get a job in hospitality

Tue, 02/04/2013 - 17:16 -- nick

UnemployedNet supports The Mirror's Get Britain Working campaign.

The campaign has moved on to hospitality, the work area covering waiting tables, bar work, hotels, and events management.

This career is ideal for people who love working with people, and those who take pride in offering good service to customers.

The hours can be long but are often flexible, with shift work common, making the work ideal for those who have children or others to care for.

How to get a job in admin

Fri, 15/03/2013 - 18:39 -- nick

UnemployedNet supports The Mirror's Get Britain Working campaign.

The campaign has moved on to telling you how to get a job in admin.

This is one of the biggest work areas in the UK, and can be as diverse as any other, with jobs in public and private sectors, big and small companies, and jobs are available across the country.

Find a job in social care

Thu, 07/02/2013 - 13:58 -- nick

The Mirror's Get Britain Working campaign has moved on to how to get work in social care.

This includes working with older people, disabled people and children, providing their personal care when they can't do it themselves.

It can be challenging and probably isn't for the squeamish, and pay is sometimes below the living wage.

But the days are varied, the work can be really rewarding, and the shifts can be flexible (some people need round-the-clock care), making social care a suitable career option for those who want to work part time or around childcare needs.

How to get a job in gardening, construction and outdoor work

Thu, 24/01/2013 - 20:37 -- nick

UnemployedNet supports The Mirror’s Get Britain Working campaign.

The Mirror has moved its campaign on to advice on how to get a job in gardening and the outdoors.

It has found more than 22,000 current vacancies, showing there may be more work in this area than you think.

The work is suitable for those who don’t like the regular office environment, and it keeps you physically fit as well.

How to get a job in admin

Fri, 21/12/2012 - 13:30 -- nick

UnemployedNet supports The Mirror's Get Britain Working campaign.

The campaign has moved on to work in administration and business administration.

With many jobs spread across the country, in both public and private sectors, admin can be a great career for anyone.

If you're starting out it is helpful if you already have good skills in computing, communication - particularly written and spoken English - and information management.

How to get a job in the environment sector

Thu, 15/11/2012 - 12:10 -- nick

UnemployedNet supports The Mirror's really useful Get Britain Working campaign. The Mirror has been looking at jobs in the environmental sector, finding 3,160 available vacancies at the time of writing.

This vital sector combines potentially good wages with social value; you could be helping the UK to combat climate change, one of the biggest threats to our future.

How to get a job in the world of sport

Fri, 07/09/2012 - 11:59 -- nick

UnemployedNet supports The Mirror's Get Britain Working campaign. This article centres on working in the world of sport, and gives a range of contacts and information sources to help you get in to it. With over 7,000 jobs available in the week the campaign started, there are plenty of opportunities, so if you are the kind of person who likes to stay fit and work physically, why not check out the article below?

'The Olympics and Paralympics have inspired many of us to get fit and that’s helping create more jobs in sport.

Build a new future: How to get a job in construction

Fri, 31/08/2012 - 12:18 -- nick

UnemployedNet supports The Mirror's Get Britain Working campaign. The article below is ideal for those who are interested in working in construction, with The Mirror finding over 33,000 jobs in the week the campaign was launched. Don't think you have to work outside though - there are a huge range of jobs available, and many of them are based in offices, like design, cost management, and administration roles. And with the way construction is changing there are lots of opportunities for further training and developing yourself.

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