Shape your Future
The National Careers Service newsletter about job trends
Shape your Future includes snippets of information about
- tips on where to find careers info
- trends in different job areas
- advice about pay, qualifications and skills
- and much more ...
Issue 12 - June 2018 (521kb PDF) - this issue includes the Careerninja personality test, volunteering, will robots change the way we work? Unusual jobs, love the sound of music? 2018 Year of Engineering, construction fun facts
Try our PowerPoint Quiz, go to 'Slideshow', then 'From beginning'
2017 - the information contained in these newsletters was correct at the time of writing, please be aware that it may change.
Issue 10- includes a job match quiz, making that application count, Bloodhound SSC - the supersonic car, skills for the future, construction in the fast lane, snippets about hairdressing and beauty therapy and the Gunpowder Plot quiz
Issue 9 - includes the wheel of strengths and apprenticeships, 'It’s not just factory work', biology week, working in the motor industry and a career in podiatry
Issue 8 - includes working in construction, it is rocket science!, want to work in gaming, jobs of the future, want to work outdoors and working in finance
Issue 7 - includes skills and careers, job guessing game), women flying high, careers with children, career test, thinking about university and not going to uni
2016 - the information contained in these newsletters was correct at the time of writing, please be aware that it may change.
Issue 6 - includes which animal are you, thinking about working in catering and hospitality, interested in physics, want to work in sport and fitness, applying for apprenticeships, how employable are you and think you know what these jobs involve
Issue 5 - includes is engineering for you, interested in working in healthcare and will a robot take your job
Issue 4 - includes apprenticeship videos, get creative with digital, digital skills and working in logistics
Issue 3 - includes more about engineering, looking for jobs and apprenticeships, the more you learn, the more you earn and want to be Prime Minister
2015 - the information contained in these newsletters was correct at the time of writing, please be aware that it may change.
Issue 2 - includes grades and subjects you need for different courses after Year 11, apprenticeships, STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects at degree level, focus on construction and what are the creative industries
Issue 1 - includes job growth, changing technology and the skills demand, jobs past present and future, careers in the future and skills employers want
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