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General Careers Advice Websites

Careers Wales 
Free careers information and advice for young people, adults, parents, employers and professionals in Wales.

Careers Scotland 
Careers Scotland is part of Skills Development Scotland, Scotland’s new skills body. Careers Scotland has a clear and simple purpose - to help the people of Scotland secure the jobs of tomorrow. 

Careers Service Northern Ireland 
Explore careers, qualifications and training, labour market information, job information, parents' zone. 
Careers A-Z was launched in Autumn 2000 as a free and independent website. It has been developed and is maintained by the Topaz Partnership, a small group of specialists in Education, IT and Careers from the UK Higher Education sector. The members of the Partnership have been designing and delivering IT based career and employment packages for education and commerce since 1995, mainly for University consortia and Government Agencies across Europe.

Careers Advice
Helpful advice on careers and learning. 

Nextstep is a free, friendly service that offers face-to-face help and support about training, learning and the world of work. You can use the nextstep service if you are aged 20 or over or aged 18 or 19 and have been referred to nextstep by Jobcentre Plus

Your Future
Information for learners 14-19, adult learners 19+, practitioners and employers.

Connexions direct
Are you 13-19? If so, Connexions Direct can offer you all the information and advice you need to make the decisions and choices in your life.

In partnership with schools and employers, The b-live Foundation supports a community of over 200,000 young people (aged from 12 to 19) to help manage and maximise their personal and career development. It provides impartial, engaging and high-quality careers IAG (information and guidance). Through the site, young people can access personalised careers and learning information, use a CV generator, apply for jobs and apprenticeships – all specifically created to help young people make informed career decisions and support their transition from education into employment whatever their background.

Fast Tomato 
Fast Tomato is a fully integrated careers education and guidance system, designed for all individuals aged 13 upwards who are considering their future career options. It is used in over 1400 schools and colleges in the UK and internationally.

Inspiring Futures 
Inspiring Futures supports young people to make informed decisions about their future. We specialise in the provision of careers guidance and skills development training, we’re proud of the fact that we’ve been inspiring futures for over 50 years.

A UK career networking portal and jobs search engine.

Windmills offers a portfolio of career and life management programmes and resources.

Undergraduate and graduate placement opportunities.

Graduate careers. 

Browse graduate jobs by type, region and company. Upload your CV.

Jobs 4u database
Careers database.

Training Gateway 
The 'one-stop shop' from which to source corporate, vocational and executive training from UK Universities.

University of Salford Careers Service
Sources of information to give an insight into the variety of jobs and occupations connected with public health and consumer protections industries. Key contacts are given for job searching, further training and current opportunities. 

Croydon College Career Guidance
Advice and guidance on career options and choices.

Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS)
AGCAS is the professional association for higher education (HE) careers practitioners, using the expertise and resources of its membership for the collective benefit of its members, HE careers services, their clients and customers, and the sector overall. 

Working for a Charity 
Working For A Charity exists to promote the voluntary sector as a positive career option for those seeking paid employment in the sector - we also seek to promote the opportunities and benefits of becoming a volunteer to people who wish to do unpaid work.


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