The Careerometer is a widget that can be used to gain and compare key information about occupations and careers based in the UK that students may want to pursue in their future. This will display information such as Weekly Pay, Annual Pay, Hourly Pay, Hours per Week, the workforce growth and the percentage of the workforce that is projected to retire.
Useful Careers Websites
Where could your favourite subject take you?
Gap Year – A useful guide
Our online Careers platform.
Choose a subject you love and see where it might lead
A free website for searching different job profiles and easy to navigate.
Careers quiz, as well as videos and articles about different careers / industries.
Includes advice on choosing A’ level subjects, and also, if you scroll to the bottom, you can input three A Level subjects and it then gives university degree and job matches.
BTECs are an increasingly popular alternative to A-levels as a route to university – here’s what you need to know.
A-levels or BTECs – which is the best path for you? A comparison guide to help you decide on the next options you should pursue.
Information and advice on best subject choices for university courses.
Forum, advice, GCSE, A Level, university, jobs, finance, revision
London-based site for apprenticeship and skills training.
Jobs and careers in the health and medical sector.
Quiz that can be used for suggestions of careers you may be interested in within the NHS.
http://www.futuremorph.org/my-future-finderCareers using Sciences and Maths
Information about creative careers, including college courses, Open Events and apprenticeships.
National Volunteer website.
Help to build employability skills and win the chance to do work experience.
Showcases the many career opportunities available in construction and the built environment.
Work Experience in Other Years
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