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Renewable Energy Supports UK Jobs

A new report shows the strength of renewables, demonstrating that the renewable energy industry supports thousands of jobs across the country. The Renewable Energy Association has stated that the industry is worth over £12bn a year to the UK and currently supports over 100,000 jobs….

Pension Strikes Planned for May

It has been reported that there will be a one day strike in May following pension disputes. NHS workers and Civil Servants will stage the strike after proposed pension changes will see members have to pay around £30 more a month. The Unite Trade Union…

Industry Spotlight: Working in IT Solutions

IT can be a daunting industry. Many candidates are wary of the technical jargon and thorough knowledge people in the industry seem to have. Although these are vital, there are other factors that can help you when applying for jobs.

Ben Davies, a Technical Field Engineer for a leading IT solutions firm in Reading, says passion and self motivation are the key to success in this industry. Jobulo caught up with him to get some career advice.

Dairy Crest Jobs at Risk

Almost 500 jobs could be at risk at milk supplier firm Dairy Crest. The company, which supplies milk to retailers and consumers, will be closing a few of their sites. The proposed staff cuts are thought to be due to struggling business – with less…

Newcastle Wind Farm to Create Jobs

A wind farm company from Newcastle has announced it plans to create 1,000 new jobs in the UK. Offshore Group Newcastle, which currently employs 1200 staff, has been awarded over £600,000 by the government. The government grant is thought to help the company increase their…

Sony to Cut 10,000 Jobs

Worldwide electronics brand Sony is cutting 10,000 staff members during the next year. Sony announced earlier this year that they had experienced a larger than expected annual loss of £4bn. Due to this, they intend to cut back on staff as part of a major…