Job Action Day

Job Action Day

Finding the perfect job can be difficult; never mind trying to get back into work after a period of unemployment! Job Action Day aims not to help people take action to get into work and to find a job which challenges them and makes use of their skill set, but to encourage you to think about if you’re in the right job, and if not, what actions you might take to progress towards your perfect job or career.

Local organisations often organise job fairs on Job Action Day which aim to help give people advice and match them to favourable jobs and careers.

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