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In response to the lack of career guidance for high school learners across South Africa, Nedbank is investing more than R 5million towards its 2012 My Future My Career programme which will benefit more than 40 000 grade 9-12 learners from underprivileged communities across the country.

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If you are unemployed, with no qualifications, no work experience and nowhere to turn don’t despair there are a number of actions that will lead you to the job of your dreams, but be prepared to make a few changes and break out of your mould.

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For many matriculants the decision to study further can be a daunting prospect. The Department of Higher Education has provided a list of requirements, study options and information on various higher education institutions, to simplify that choice.

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The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) has cautioned prospective engineering students and parents to ensure that the programme they are enrolling in is accredited by ECSA as the Council is currently the only national statutory body eligible to register engineering professionals.

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The Information Technology sector is primed for innovative, hard working individuals who want to succeed in this fast-paced industry, and a commitment to ongoing learning will separate the ordinary from the exceptional according to career consultant Janine Cook who shares her expert advice.

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Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) has joined forces to play a meaningful role in equipping South African youth with the opportunity to receive career guidance, through the programme My Future, My Career, which will take place from the 26th February to 29th April 2012, at Ster Kinekor cinemas.

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A good reference can tip the scales during the interviewing process yet many candidates overlook the importance of solid references. Career coach Catherine Breet-Byers tells applicants how to protect, prepare and leverage referees to secure the job.

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When bomber jackets were still the height of fashion young people could skate through life with very basic skills and still look forward to a promising career. Today the 21st century workplace demands some very particular skills from the labour market, over and above the standard qualification.

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Panel interviews can be incredibly stressful and nerve-wracking and are by nature designed to reveal how applicants react in high pressure situations says recruitment consultant Peggy Mckee. Follow these tips and remain cool under pressure the next time you are forced to speak to a panel of long faced judges.

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