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Winning way – Sophie Taylor, third from left, with her £250 cheque which she will invest in her coffee drinks business, with South Essex College dragons Damian Walters, Claire Anderson, Anthony McGarel and Katherine Ashdown

Sophie brews up scheme to wow college dragons

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Start a college course

Ray Gooding – “have a look”

College courses help fulfil your potential

Boost for women – EasyJet’s new pilot training academy will double the number of female trainees from 6 per cent to 12 per cent

Budget airline set to double its intake of women pilots

Graduates - some of the latest students at Anglia Ruskin

We're ready to manage

Care industry is booming

Aisha Gaido – has won the Student Leader of the Year prize at the Quality in Education and Training Awards, organised by Health Education, East of England

Anglia Ruskin nursing graduate wins top award

Firms to fire imagination of teens at uni’s Big Bang fair

Top stuff – TK Maxx

High Street stores prove to be our top employers

Frustrated at work? Maybe yours isn't a top 25 job

Is yours a top job? Data shows what the best 25 jobs in the UK are

Domestic and General creates 110 new jobs in run-up to Christmas

Major employer to create 110 new jobs in Brighton in the run-up to Christmas

City in top 10% for creating new jobs

Brighton and Hove in top 10% for creating new jobs across the country

Prime Care’s Brighton and Hove team

Jobseekers offered skills course

Brighton Marina

New restaurant in Brighton Marina is set to create 50 jobs

Unemployment at record low

Unemployment at record low

The Phones 4u store in George Street, Hove

97 jobs could go as Phones 4u puts its 19 Sussex stores into administraion

The former Mayor of Worthing Bob Smytherman, front right, with Guild Care chief executive Suzanne Millard at a ceremony for Haviland House in April.

100 new jobs on their way as charity prepares to open flagship care home

Newhaven's port area

Newhaven Port seeks planning permission to expand its harbour area, creating up to 150 jobs

Vacancies on rise

Vacancies on rise

Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service seeks on-call firefighters

Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service seeks on-call firefighters

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Employment options are limited for Hampshire's next generation

Wagamama are to open a new restaurant in Hampshire

Jobs boost with plans to open two new restaurants

Hundreds of job seekers pack into Daily Echo's Jobsfair

Hundreds of job seekers pack into Daily Echo's Jobsfair

Looking for a new job or a fresh career: Join us at the Daily Echo Jobsfair on Thursday

Looking for a new job or a fresh career: Join us at the Daily Echo Jobsfair on Thursday

Special visit – MP Rebecca Harris will be attending the jobs fair

First jobs fair for Canvey will help you back to work

From left, Debbie Cragg, CWAC Northwich Work Zone co-ordiantor; Janet O’Connor, Job Centre Plus; Clr Lynda Jones; Arthur Neil, chief executive of Cheshire Community Development Trust; Cheryl Quine, Weaver Vale Housing Trust; Alison Reid, CWAC Winsford W

Get into the zone

New vocation – Robert and Susan Smith with sons, Michael and Ian, and dog Reggie, outside the Shepherd and Dog in Crays Hill

Pub pulls in ex-bank boss

Joint enterprise – Daniel Denton-Ridgewell, right, with business partners Lewis Parker and Adam Swinbourne, who set up LAD Roofing

Who wants to be in an office? Not us roofers!

Scheme – County Hall is offering grants to attract new teachers to working in Essex

County’s cash offer to attract new teachers

Tony Brown, Beales’ chief executive officer has announced that around seven people will lose their jobs at the warehouse

Job losses confirmed as warehouse closes

20-year pledge to create job opportunities in Nine Elms

20-year pledge to create job opportunities in Nine Elms

How to handle job search rejection

Moving to the private sector?

L-r: Eileen Withers, Activities Co-Coordinator Dawn Webb, Florence Steemson and Irene Wellard.

CHINGFORD: Care home residents knit Olympic rings

Increased confidence, more job opportunities and positive change through professional study

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British workers risk getting stuck in rut without right qualifications

SWOT up to get your dream job

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British workforce predicts better career prospects in 2011

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Five study tips for busy lives

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