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Hundreds of job vacancies available within the NHS for mass vaccination drive

Vaccinators will be paid between £10.09 - £11.19 p/hour, while £12.74 p/hour will be given to registered medical professionals. The RHCP Clinical Supervisor (Immunisations) will receive £16.04 p/hour.

Australian Universities lost $2 billion in revenue and over 17,000 lost their job

the funding for research work will face a grave problem. Estimated over five years, there will be a loss of $6.4 to $7.6 billion,

Freeport East to generate 13,000 jobs in Felixstowe and Harwich

The freeport status, if granted, will create almost 13,000 jobs for people from Felixstowe and Harwich.

Google to cause economic DEATH for Australia

if Google removes itself from Australia, it will create a massive problem for the economy.

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Nearly 3 million US women have lost their jobs due to the Covid-19 Pandemic

Jacquie, along with 25% of American women who had a job before the pandemic struck, had been relieved of their duties in front of male colleagues.

Joe Biden to double the minimum wage, but what are the consequences?

In a recent speech, President Joe Biden has proposed the increase of minimum wages from $7.25 to $15.But will this lead to job loss?

Six Flags aim to hire 4,000 people this year

Six Flags Great Adventure, the New Jersey-based amusement park, will soon start its operations.

2 million job training opportunities announced in the UK

he UK has already invested £30bn in innovative planning for jobs

Employment News

Fancy a part-time job paying $200,000?

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) has made international news by advertising a part-time job in Pennsylvania, the USA, that comes with a whopping salary of $200,000!

Job market set to bounce in the UK whilst the EU struggles

This will be welcome news for Pro Brexiteers and food for thought for those who think the UK should have remained in the EU.

Working from home can be bad for your health

If safety measures are not taken, then it could lead to expensive claims for employers