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Advice for Job Hunters

Aimhigher - careers guidance

A guide to careers in the UK from Aimhigher.co.uk, provided by the Department For Education and Skills(DFES), to promote higher education in England.

Careers Research and Adivisory Centre

Careers Research and Advisory Centre(CRAC) is an independent development agency and a registered charity, CRAC offers expertise, information and access to national networks

Careers Scotland (One stop shop for careers and learning advice)

Make the most of your career potential, find information on labour markets, career options, learning routes, employment opportunities and sources of support to overcome barriers or implement your plans


Hobsons provides students, advisers, parents and professionals with information on courses and careers


Jobcentre Plus pathfinder offices offer a fully integrated work and benefit service

Learning Direct Scotland (Free information about learning and careers)

Information for people unemployed, working full-time or part-time, changing career direction, thinking about developing new skills, facing redundancy, at home with children or other care responsibilities

Jobcentre New Deal

New Deal is a Government programme that aims to give unemployed people the help and support they need to get into work

Nursing Midwifery and Health Visiting Scotland

The Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professions Directorate of NHS Education fior Scotland is committed to investing in continuing professional development

Information and www gateway to qualifications (SQA)

Progress, acces to advice and information on qualifications in Scottish Secondary Schools

Skills for Work

Looking for a job but don't know where to begin? You've found the right job - now how do you make it yours? Considering a career change but don't know where to begin?

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