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2012 Olympics Set to Create 62,200 Jobs in UK

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London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Photo credit: Wikipedia) UK – A recent study from Lloyds TSB, official sponsor of the 2012 Olympics, has shown that approximately 62,200 jobs will be created by the games. These jobs are set to contribute to the £16.5 billion generated by the tourism and construction [...]

July 8th, 2012 | Posted in Jobs | Read More »

£398m Loss, Axed Jobs, Store Closures, ‘Worst Airline’…Could It Get Any Worse For Thomas Cook?

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Thomas Cook Jobs / Image via Wikipedia UK – This year could not go much worse for Thomas Cook as it announces a £398 million pre-tax loss and the closure of 200 branches across the UK. That was until they heard that they had been voted the world’s worst airline by consumer watchdog website Which?. [...]

December 15th, 2011 | Posted in Jobs | Read More »

Recruitment At GCHQ – Only 6 Days Left To Crack The Code

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A model of the GCHQ headquarters in Cheltenham / Image via Wikipedia GCHQ (the Government Communication Headquarters) has come up with an innovative method of seeking out potential employees by creating an internet-based visual puzzle. Up until 12 December 2011, aspiring MI5 applicants can go online and try to break the complex code, aptly entitled [...]

December 6th, 2011 | Posted in Jobs | Read More »

New Zealand Gaming Boosts Employment

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Wellington, New Zealand/ Image via Wikipedia New Zealand – New Zealand has seen its employment numbers boosted thanks to the gaming industry. More than 20 gaming studios reported a 46 per cent staff growth in a recent survey conducted by the New Zealand Game Developers Association (NZGDA). The data on this growth surge was released [...]

November 16th, 2011 | Posted in Jobs | Read More »

Mentoring Scheme To Benefit Business Owners And MDs

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A logistics provider’s warehouse/ Image via Wikipedia UK – Senior staff in the supply chain profession are set to reap the benefits of the UK Warehousing Association’s (UKWA) launch of a new official mentoring scheme that will allow expertise and experience to be tapped by execs within the industry. With last week’s announcement of the [...]

November 15th, 2011 | Posted in Jobs | Read More »