If you’re unemployed it simply means you currently don’t have a job. It DOESN’T mean you’re worthless, not a good worker or likely to have a miserable future. Far from it, in fact!
When the Government talks about ‘unemployment’ and ‘the unemployed’ it’s easy to think of people of everyone in this situation being in the same boat… Noting could be further from the truth!
Types of unemployment
One unemployed person’s situation isn’t the same as someone else’s and so our advice is going to be very different depending on your situation. We’ve divided it up depending on your own circumstances…
Anyone who hasn’t been to uni. You may have no qualifications at all or an education that is below a degree. There are a huge number of opportunities available to you if you know where to look…
School leaver help
You’ve been to uni (and got the student debt to prove it!) and you have your degree in hand. So why is it so hard to get your first ‘proper’ job? We’re here to help!
Graduate Zone advice
This can be anyone, from first jobbers to experienced senior managers. Redundancy has been the curse of the recession and has claimed more than its fair share of victims. But it doesn’t have to spell the end of your career…
Career break (returning mums/dads, travellers)
You’ve had some time out from your career and now you’re ready to get back into it. But where do you even begin?
Career break CV help
It can be tough to get a break if you suffer from a disability, even if you are as good – if not better – at your job as a non-disabled person. However, it doesn’t have to STOP you getting a job.