Online careers resource provides job information at the touch of a button. A free careers software is about to change the way careers guidance is carried out in schools and at home.
Start, developed by careers guidance company U-Explore, provides access to comprehensive information for teachers, parents and students. Designed to help young people connect ideas, interests and aspirations to jobs and educational pathways, Start offers independent, impartial and innovative careers support.
At the heart of the software is a job bank which includes more than 1,600 jobs providing detailed information on the qualifications required, typical salaries and the user’s own suitability for the role. Linked to this is live market information, showing open opportunities in the student’s locality, enabling young people to get a real indication of the current labour market and job availability.
As the name suggests, Start enables a young person to begin anywhere; a favourite subject; an area of interest; a place to study; or a job aspiration. Users create a personal profile based on their qualities, skills and work preferences and the unique profiling technology matches them to jobs which correspond to their personality.
Start can be accessed in and out of schools by teachers, parents and young people. Visit www.startprofile.com for more information. Below is a new White Paper which has been released recently that discusses the future of careers guidance and software within the sector.
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