As I was reading through the paper, searching the Job Section, I came across a letter in Your Letters. I read the headline. Plea: Gi s a Job! We all have this predicament.
As I was reading through the paper, searching the Job Section, I came across a letter in Your Letters.
I read the headline. Plea: Gi's a Job! We all have this predicament.
I am 18 and have been doing plumbing at Exeter College for two years (Level 1 and 2). I now need to do Level 3 and need an apprenticeship. I have tried everything - ads, posters, phoning, writing. I do not want to end my career and be another unemployed person. There seems to be no help out there.
I can get paid �49 per week unemployment bene-fit. Why can they not pay this to a plumber to let me continue my career, instead of me sitting at home doing nothing?
Is there anyone out there who would consider taking on a plumbing appren-tice? CV and references available.
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