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Jobmi Partners with Lloyds Banking Group and The Telegraph for The 2015 Employability Survey

Posted by: Alex Linley, Capp

 

We’re delighted to announce that Jobmi has partnered with Lloyds Banking Group and The Telegraph to launch The 2015 Employability Survey, as featured on page W12 of the Education section in Telegraph Weekend.

 

Jobmi worked with Lloyds and The Telegraph to design the survey questions that will be presented to thousands of young people, parents and teachers over the coming months.

 

The survey includes questions about perceptions of current careers advice, what would be most helpful in careers advice, the role of strengths in careers, and how young people make career decisions today.

 

The results will be shared with all respondents, as well as being published in The Telegraph when analysis is complete.

 

Take part in The 2015 Employability Survey at www.telegraph.co.uk/discoverwhatmatters

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One Response to Jobmi Partners with Lloyds Banking Group and The Telegraph for The 2015 Employability Survey

  • Lloyds bank doing a survey on employability is a good idea especially today with jobcentres and careers services under pressure to find people work under the cameron regime.
    As a unemployed person for 2 years i was under a lot of pressure and frustrated at the lack of advice and opportunity available.
    The availability of advice on self start businesses would be valuable and how to learn online marketing would be a welcome introduction in achieving self employment .

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