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Read this article in the Guardian where Rich McEachran talks to three young people about the barriers to finding employment and their experiences of looking for work.
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A paid placement which will give you an opportunity to shadow one of PwC’s female partners or directors from a number of business areas for one week in the summer. You’ll be able to choose the office you’d like, attending meetings, working with clients and their teams to find out what’s it’s like working in a leadership role. Also, you may earn a place on one of their Insight or graduate programmes.
You should be an undergraduate with 300 UCAS points and be on course to achieve a 2:1 or above. You can be studying any degree.
How to find out more and apply
In October 2011 TARGETjobs IT conducted a survey of over 150 recent female graduates working in IT. The key findings were that women had no serious issues about working in this field (although they often had to work harder than men just to prove themselves). Read the survey to find out more
WE can help you make the right connections
To find out more about all the WE (Women in Engineering) events, their network, visit them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheEngineeringNetworkForWomen
For information about careers at JLR, including their Engineering Sponsorship Scheme for Women, visit www.jaguarlandrovercareers.com
Confused? Would like some more information? Take a look at:
Acas Helpline for free advice
They will ‘provide you with clear and confidential guidance about any kind of dispute or query that you have about relationship issues within the workplace. You may want to know about employment rights and rules, [...] or you may need advice about a dispute.‘
You can call Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm and Saturday, 9am-1pm: 08457 47 47 47.
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EmployAbility is the not-for-profit organisation providing a free service to students and graduates with all disabilities, including dyslexia, long term illnesses or mental health conditions, to ease the transition from education to employment. We offer support, guidance and advice throughout the recruitment process and beyond from CV and application form writing, disability disclosure and reasonable adjustments to supporting them during their internship or graduate programme.