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New Employment Zone for Barnet and Southgate College

It goes without saying that at the top of our list here at TheEmployable is helping people to find employment by providing them with the support they need to navigate the daunting and often frightening world of searching and applying for jobs. This process can be a real struggle for anyone, regardless of their age, […]

Connect Ireland….The Irish initiative looking to use the power of the Diaspora…

Connect Ireland….The Irish initiative looking to use the power of the Diaspora… Just two days ago, the Irish Sun newspaper reported that currently an average, 200 people emigrate from Ireland every day!  “More than 40,000 emigrated last year — a figure not seen since the Great Famine in the 1840s”…. the report then goes on […]

Battlefront is back – fighting against Youth Unemployment! Read here for job opportunites…

When TheEmployable blog set up last year we had many keen supporters. No more so than the Battlefront team that headed up the Ready4Work project, who happily spread TheEmployable word whenever they could…So its was really great to hear that Battlefront is back for 2012, and this year their fight against Youth Unemployment is back, […]

Have you an employment story to tell? Want to appear on a fly-on-the-wall documentary?

At TheEmployable we are always interested in hearing about TV programs or documentaries that give a realistic viewpoint of what life is really like (without the corporate spin or government self interest)… When TheEmployable were contacted by award winning TV production company, Two Four, about a landmark series they are planning for Channel4 about what […]

Where are all the available jobs? The UK cities hiding half a million open roles…

Aberdeen is the best city to find a job in the UK, while Hull is the hardest, according to the latest research from job search website Adzuna.co.uk.  London is awash with demand for secretaries and estate agents, but a desert for call centre staff, while Belfast, Manchester and Edinburgh all top the lists for particular professions. […]

Sparks ignites entrepreneurial spirit at the LSE

When we were asked to highlight the London School of Economics weekend entrepreneurship conference for 250 of the most ambitious students from around the world, we thought who better to tell us about the Conference itself than the President of Sparks@LSE 2012; Rajiv Dhokia…. “As another year passes, the headlines in the business world have once again been dominated […]

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