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. A study by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, which surveyed 1,000 employers in the UK, concluded that the number of unemployed is likely that about 3 million by the end of 2012, reports The Independent
. The Independent also reports that members of the public and Commercial Services union will stage demonstrations Tuesday, February 14 on plans to close dozens of driver and vehicle licensing offices of the agency .
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. With 18% of young people in the UK now classified as NEET (not in education, employment or training) of Google, FutureGov, RSA and Livity hold a weekend stunt weekend, February 17-18, to help develop aa web solutions for employment or education.
One idea is a site that allows students to build skills profiles. The site may also highlight gaps in experience or skills necessary for their desired career and suggests that the real work, education or training opportunities that will fill these gaps.
Another idea is that the online space where young people, employers, providers and educational organizations in the community can network with each other. Then people could use the space to create 3D CV, use career counseling seminars and publish videos on careers.
the end of the event, an independent jury will select the winning idea, and students of the winning team will receive a prize Interactivism Google to develop its prototype.
It's free and NEET developers and students can still register for the event here
. At the other end of the spectrum of life ... Joseph Rowntree Foundation today launched a campaign encouraging people wonderful to think differently about aging. It is part of a research program focusing on how we can ensure a better life for seniors who need support and the Nobel Foundation has asked former poet Sir Andrew Motion to write the poem that reflects the thoughts and feelings of a has a range of marginalized people (LGBT, Southeast Asia, the elderly, people with learning disabilities, gypsies and travelers and those living with dementia) . You can hear the reading of his poem of movement and an exhibition of stories and a portrait gallery and wonder how it feels to be 100 years in life new website more
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