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Roads Most Travelled – Routes into Social Work

Something we often hear is “I’d quite like to get into (insert chosen profession) but I’m not really sure how to go about it”.  As our ‘Social Work Showcase’ continues we wanted to do our bit in ensuring that anyone feeling that way about Social Work had the information they need to start their journey. […]

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Social Work Spotlights Part 2

As the ‘Social Work Showcase’ continues so does our focus on the work being carried out by those in the different areas of the profession. This article will focus on those working with children and families in different environments. I am by no means an expert in this field but feel it is important that […]

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A New Look For Jobsgopublic

We’re growing, we’re changing and we’ve had a lick of paint! Jobsgopublic are proud to be entering our 15th year with the best experience we’ve ever offered to jobseekers. With more users than ever before, an improving service and a huge amount of public and third sector vacancies to offer it’s an exciting time. We […]

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Social Work Spotlights

Social Work remains to be a profession that most are aware of but few truly understand what is actually involved. Over the coming weeks on Jobsgopublic.com we will be hosting our third ‘Social Work Showcase’ during which we will be working with a variety of employers to promote their Social Work and Social Care vacancies. […]

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Jobsgopublic is changing

A preview of our new brand After 15 years and several different logos, we have decided it is finally time to say goodbye to our beloved green. Over the last year Josbgopublic has grown and developed more than ever before. With the highest ever number of monthly visitors, an expanding range of services and a […]

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A Day In The Life Of A Social Worker by Rebecca Joy Novell

Like all professional adults, every morning starts with a feeling of pure rage aimed at the alarm clock. ‘Why must you be so loud alarm clock? Why?!’ Once I’ve stopped glaring at the clock (as if glaring at it will make tomorrow morning’s wake-up call better), I get up and attempt to make myself look […]

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Overcoming Interview Nerves – Interview Myths

More often than not interview nerves are caused by unnecessary worry about myths that are either blown out of proportion or simply untrue. In this article we will discuss some of the biggest interview myths. Your interviewer does not want to see you fail. Some people are convinced that the person interviewing them wants to […]

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Overcoming Interview Nerves

Interview nerves are incredibly common, some are simply affected more severely than others. Millions of people have cursed their own nervousness when looking back at an interview they’ve had, convinced that once again it’s ruined their chances. If you suffer from such ailments there are some important things to remember. 1) You’re not alone, 2) […]

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It’s all about positivity! – How to be positive in your job search

I have a friend who is looking for a new job, ideally he wants to be promoted in his current company but is repeatedly overlooked when opportunities arise. He has been with the company for a number of years and early on had some considerable success but appears to hit a glass ceiling and doesn’t […]

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