Why Being Passionate About Your Job Isn’t Always a Good Thing
Research suggests that there are two types of passion we can have about work—and one may be harmful for you.
37 year old apprentice makes the news
An apprentice at a Glasgow college has secured a role with a local painting and decorating company at 37 years old.
Creative Scotland Opportunities
Over 700 jobs, workshops, funds, awards, residencies and other professional development opportunities for the arts, screen and creative industries on the Opportunities website.
Hospitality group launches first junior chef training programme
A Scottish hospitality group has launched its own bespoke chef development programme to help tackle ongoing staffing issues and skill shortages in the industry.
UCAS Updates its Apprenticeships Website
Updated regional content and guides now available
Why I turned down a place at Oxford to do an Apprenticeship
Rumaysah Khan is currently doing a Level 7 Solicitor Degree Apprenticeship with law firm Eversheds Sutherland.
New built environment skills site for Scotland
Officially known as the Built Environment Workforce Development Portal, the new guide will provide a breakdown of re-skilling and up-skilling courses by theme, occupation and region to allow users to search for training in emerging built environment approaches within Scotland.
Go to The Gathering 2022
Interested in the third sector, charities and social jobs? Make sure you visit the SEC Glasgow on 15th or 16th June.
Who are Scotland’s top 10 richest people?
Anders Povlsen retains Scotland’s richest person title
BAE Insight Experiences for Woman in Engineering
Find out what a career at BAE Systems is really like with our 2 day Insight Experiences.
Dundee is the best Scottish City for Graduates
Dundee was ranked the fourth-best city in the UK for graduates in the nationwide survey, conducted by price comparison website comparethemarket.com.
Graduates owe nearly twice as much as people who did not attend university
University students and graduates aged 40 and under have nearly double the amount of non-student loan debt compared with those who did not attend university, according to research.
Housebuilder Barratt set to open 14 new sites in Scotland this year
It is looking to recruit more apprentices, graduates and ex-armed forces personnel than ever, in order to create more than 50 new jobs in Scotland to add to its 6,500-strong team, which includes both employees and contractors.
BBC reports Sharp jobs rise reported in Scottish video game sector
The number of jobs in the Scottish video games sector has soared in the past two years, according to new figures. A survey by industry body Tiga found employment grew by 26% between April 2020 and December last year.
British Wool’s shearing training courses go live for 2022
Training the next generation of shearers and wool handlers remained a key focus for British Wool, it said recently. Last year, more than 850 attended courses.
How to turn your seasonal job into a permanent position
Seasonal work may hold many benefits, but for those looking for more stability it is just a short-term fix. In this article, we have prepared a few tips to help you turn your seasonal job into a permanent position.