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Should I take a Job Where I’m Expected to Travel?

One thing that’s sure to kill the buzz of any occupation is monotony. If you’re doing the same thing in the same surroundings day after day, then frustration and resentment can sometimes result. So it’s probably no surprise that so many of us are tempted by something completely different: something where variety and novelty are […]

How to become a private investigator

That’s right, they aren’t just a figment of Hollywood’s over-active imagination…private investigators, or private detectives as they are sometimes known, really do exist! As a result of their frequent appearances in films and TV shows you will no doubt have a preconceived notion of a typical private detective… a gentleman sporting a beige trench coat, […]

Why Teaching is one of the Fastest Growing Careers amongst Millennials

Born between 1982 and 2002, the Millennials are the generation who will take over from the Baby Boomers, those born between 1946 and 1964, as they retire. But, experts and commentators are telling us that the Millennials are unlike any other generation that has proceeded them. And this is one reason among many why NCC […]

How to Become a Financial Advisor

If you enjoy working with people and helping them plan for their financial future, then perhaps you have a future in financial planning. A financial advisor works closely with clients providing advice and creating comprehensive financial plans to invest in their future, retirement and grow their money. A financial advisor is an expert in all […]

How to Become – Career Directory

How to Become Career Directory Here at the Employable we have created lots of ‘how to become a’ guides and compiled them all into this career directory for your convenience. “When I grow up I want to be a Tinker, a Tailor…a candlestick maker!” When you are young, your career options change from ice cream […]

How to become a Personal Trainer

How to become a Personal Trainer If you have a passion for personal health, sport and have always loved keeping kit, then a role as a Personal Trainer may seem like a dream come true – after all you’d be working in an environment that encompasses all of the above. However be prepared that this […]

How to become a police officer

How to become a police officer Following in the footsteps of the last two weeks where we have examined the steps required to working in two of the public sector’s most important roles, it seemed natural to conclude the trilogy with the final emergency service. The ranks of Bobbies whose job it is to protect and […]

What’s the Difference Between a Clinical Nurse Leader and a Nurse Manager?

As the health care landscape in America has changed, so has the role of nurses. While the primary function will always be to provide care to patients, nurses have also become a vital part of the health care delivery system. As the providers who often have the most direct interaction with patients and families, nurses […]

How to become an archaeologist

Not to be confused with a paleontologist, who excavates and studies dinosaurs (career guide to follow) an archaeologist is an anthropologist concerned with the study of prehistoric people and their cultures… well thats the bare bones of it at least.  In truth its a very varied and complex role which encompasses a wide range of […]

A Chat With Southend’s 60 Minute Mentor Programme

Last week we were delighted to report on an ambitious programme being delivered by Southend-on-Sea Borough Council which is helping students within the area to discover and learn about the career opportunities that are open to them. The 60 Minute Mentor Programme utilises the skills and experience of local businesses and organisations who play an […]

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