WITH nearly three quarters of a million losing their jobs during the pandemic, 2020 has been a horribly tough year for workers.
If you’re finding your job search difficult, help is at hand.
Today we focus on five free initiatives which are making a positive difference to jobseekers, so sign up.
The Purposeful Project
IN the last decade 700 libraries have closed. Entrepreneur Simon Squibb launched The Purposeful Project to turn some into hubs to help budding start-up businesses.
The first has already launched in North London’s Belsize Community Library.
THE hospitality, travel and events sector has been hardest hit by Covid, so now the new Hospitality United Group Support is offering free coaching to get unemployed staff into work.
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WITH many young people fearing they’ll never land work, 20-year-old entrepreneur and influencer Alexa Wilkinson has launched this weekly jobs networking session for under-25s every Thursday at 7pm.
To register interest in sessions, connect with Meeow on their Instagram at @officialmeeow.
UPSKILL and train for free on this platform, with more than 2,000 courses from workplace skills to CV writing.
MOBO Awards founder Kanya King has launched an innovative new platform to combat what she describes as a “scary under-representation of black talent” in business.
Currently just one and a half per cent of managers, directors and senior officials in the private sector are black, so the Mobolise initiative will link up black talent with forward-thinking employers.