Understanding the job market is crucial in choosing a higher education degree that could elevate your desirability to potential employers. Your degree can often dictate the trajectory of your career, so selecting one that aligns with market demand is vital. This article explores the five most popular degrees that are currently opening doors in various industries.
Whether you’re contemplating your first foray into higher education or considering further study to bolster your career prospects, the information ahead will provide valuable guidance on which degrees are sought after by employers and how they could enhance your professional standing.
The Beverley Guildhall’s ‘Popup Memory Museum’ is back with ‘Three Streets’ – video presentations featuring old photos of Beverley aimed at stimulating people’s memories. This first presentation compares 1960s and 1970s shops with how Toll Gavel looked in 2022, by highlighting the differences between them.
The other two presentations, A walk along Ladygate, and The Globe Inn & Sow Hill take viewers on a journey along Ladygate and around the Sow Hill area with photos from the 1960s and 70s. This shows how the area around Ladygate has changed since the Globe Inn was demolished and Sow Hill Road was built.
As a Disability Confident Committed employer, Acklams Coaches joins a growing list of organisations in the East Riding.
To provide businesses with advice on the benefits of being a disability-confident employer and how to achieve the scheme award, East Riding of Yorkshire Council has held a series of events in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions and Humber Learning Consortium over the summer.
The Rugby World Cup final matchup is finally set after more than a month of intense contests. New Zealand were the first team to reach the final with a convincing victory over Argentina.
The successive semi-final was much more closely fought. South Africa edged past England 16-15. The Springboks overturned the Three Lions’ half-time lead in order to set up a clash of the heavyweights in the final with New Zealand.
Renovating your home can feel like an utterly overwhelming project, even if it is one to which you have been looking forward for some time. Getting a new home – particularly a first one – is an extremely complex, costly and laborious process, which only gets more laborious when you set to making it a home.
As the nights close in and temperatures drop, it is only natural that your inclinations to renovate decrease. We have a want to get cosy and hibernate through until brighter days are here; meanwhile, conventional wisdoms about certain DIY tasks can leave us waiting for a dry and warm day to proceed. But renovating in the winter isn’t all that miserable! At least, it doesn’t have to be. In fact, there are some key benefits to starting on your new home sooner rather than later – but what exactly are they?
A graduate of the University Centre Bishop Burton’s (UCBB) Equine department, Lauren Wain, has been selected as a finalist for the British Equestrian Trade Association’s (BETA’s) Equine Thesis of the Year prize.
Developed by BETA in the late 1990s, the competition recognizes equine undergraduate achievements. The competition invites higher education institutions that offer equine degree-level programs to submit one entry, and this is the second consecutive year that a UCBB student has been selected as a finalist.
Unlocking the potential within your team begins with a commitment to Continuous Professional Development (CPD). Imagine a workplace where your employees are not only adept at performing their current roles but are also consistently acquiring new skills and knowledge that prepare them for future challenges.
CPD is not merely a strategy; it’s a proactive approach to ensuring that your team is always ahead, ready to tackle the next hurdle with confidence and competence.
Beverley Minster, a true gem nestled in the heart of Beverley, East Yorkshire, is a captivating masterpiece that leaves visitors spellbound.
This awe-inspiring Gothic cathedral, with its rich history and stunning architecture, is a must-see for tourists seeking both tranquillity and architectural marvels. Join us on a virtual tour as we unravel the secrets and beauty of Beverley Minster.
Beverley, a charming town nestled in East Yorkshire, offers a delightful array of culinary experiences for locals and tourists alike. From cosy pubs serving up traditional British fare to trendy restaurants showcasing global cuisines, there is something for everyone. Here we will delve into the vibrant dining scene of Beverley, highlighting its top eateries, pubs, and bustling nightlife.
The average full-time wage in the UK sits at around £30,000 according to a variety of sources – this of course varies between industries and the figure is lower for those working part-time. For some, this may seem like a lot; for the richest human on the earth, not so much – but how well does this average wage set a person up to live in the current economy? This article explores the realities of managing life while earning the average wage, including tips to consider when making the most of your income.
Following Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic and a series of other events that caused global economic uncertainty, living on the average wage has become considerably harder to manage for those working in the UK. The journey to complete financial freedom is a broad one, with no single pathway to success. This does not, however, mean that it is unattainable.
Cycling in and around Beverley, Yorkshire, offers a fantastic way to explore the picturesque countryside and enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle. Yorkshire is famed for its moors, rolling hills and stunning natural landscapes, untouched by industry or suburbia.
However, being safe around Beverley is still as relevant now, as ever. Road accidents involving cyclists can and do happen, often due to drivers’ errors or a lack of consideration. In such cases, understanding your rights and how to manage the risk of accidents is paramount. Here’s a cyclist’s guide to safety in and around Beverley