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Women In Agriculture

Recent research has shown that the number of female agricultural workers has grown by 26% over the last 3 years. There are already career opportunities for women in agriculture including the sciences, research and marketing which makes complete sense as many end users of agricultures’ products are women, but hopefully as modern machinery reduces the […]
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Construction

It has been reported this week that concerns over future employment, or lack of, should be listened to. Figures have shown that millions of people in the UK are training for non-existent jobs, creating a huge surplus of trained people without work. Pressure is mounting on the government to transfer their efforts. Instead of encouraging […]
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Construction Jobs

The construction industry makes up around 6.5% of the UK workforce and contributes billions to our economic output. The construction sector is constantly evolving and adapting to new technologies, new needs, new laws ect. This week (16 July) it has been announced that 3 construction companies have apologised over black listing workers.  Construction firms Balfour […]
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