Work Experience


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Work Experience

The length of time one has been working in a particular field (or working generally). For example, one may have three years of work experience in computer programming. Greater work experience usually (but does not always) translates to greater skill in one's craft and therefore to a higher salary.
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The poll of 3,500 business leaders and officials from schools, colleges and universities found different levels of work experience being offered, ranging from two week placements to visits for groups of pupils.
When you get work experience or your first job it may not be everything you imagined.
HardingEvans have turned work experience into inspiration
In contrast to Liverpool, the Humber, which faces one of the highest unemployment rates for 16 to 25-year-olds in England, has just 29% of employers offering work experience to build vital work-based skills.
SMEs themselves cited time constraints of employees and the availability of staff as barriers to engaging in the provision of apprenticeships and work experience.
Nationally, some 263,080 young people across the UK have taken up opportunities through employer-led sector-based work academies, or work experience placements.
For information about Katie Bard's work experience programme available to employers email info@katiebard.
Others felt they were too small to be able to offer work experience.
Work experience brings young people out of their shells and gets them used to mixing with older people.
43 percent professionals with a work experience of one to five years could be rated highly, while in the case of those with six to ten years experience, only 7.
ACCORDING to the Health Ministry, expatriate doctors and dentists cannot take the Bahrain medical licence exam (BMLE) without fulfilling the requirement of five years' work experience.
She revealed: "I did work experience at the Mirror when I was 16.