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Tuesday 18 September 2012

Jobseekers encouraged to 'make a few changes'

A new scheme has been launched in East Anglia in the hope of getting thousands of people in the region back into work.

Learndirect has revealed an online guide, entitled Six Steps to Making a Change, which aims to educate jobseekers about how they can boost their confidence ahead of a job interview and ways to prepare for a new career.

Actress Linda Robson is also supporting the campaign, and believes that the key to succeeding in a tough economic climate is to be ready to adapt to change.

She explained: "Many people, like me, find lots of reasons to put off making a change - it could be you're nervous about asking for help, worried about the cost or think you have no time. But whatever is stopping you - there's a way around it."

Her comments come soon after an OnePoll survey, commissioned by Learndirect, found that 89 per cent of jobseekers in East Anglia put off making such changes as learning a new skill.

This is in spite of 92 per cent of the study's respondents stating that a few alterations in how they approach work could help them to improve their life in general.

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Origin: Salespeak News

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