Lisa Rogers

Lisa Rogers

Lisa Rogers
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With some graduate recruiters feeling degree grades don’t equate to professional success, will the hiring process now focus more on soft skills?

Dan Hawes, provides expert commentary in The Guardian on graduate employment (not Dan in the photo)

Look at smaller companies, seek out positions that accept a ‘Desmond’ degree and emphasise extracurricular skills to get a graduate job

Got a Don't panic here's how to still get a good job - The Guardian news article

Young man at a computer

Think Care Careers has everything you need to know about working in social care.

Three young workers walking together

Working in the Care Sector.

National Skills Academy | Social Care

National Skills Academy for Food and Drink


MacIntyre is a national charity that supports adults, children and young people with learning disabilities at over 100 services across the United Kingdom.

Skills for Care

This event acknowledged the increasingly critical role nurses play in adult social care, yet recruitment, skills and integration can be challenging for employers from across the country and the situation in the South West is no exception.

The growing social care sector - an interactive guide

The growing social care sector - an interactive guide - Guardian could take some tips from our long form experiments to make this more accessible

The Big Chinwag - 19th June 2015.

Visit Age UK today for help, information and advice or to see how you can donate, volunteer or give support to help more older people love later life.

National Skills Academy | Social Care

National Skills Academy for Food and Drink


Social care needs a new lease of life – graduates could be the answer

‘If you’re progressing somebody through the ranks then they remain familiar to the resident.’ Janet Gilder, care home manager.

From frontline training to fast track graduate schemes, Ruth Hardy looks at the programmes creating a new generation of social care managers

Monmouth Court Nursing Home run by BUPA in Ipswich, Suffolk, Britain - 15 Jul 2009

The number of care workers on zero-hours contracts has jumped from one in 10 of the sector’s workforce to one in seven in the past year, according to an analysis of official data.