Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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How do you get adult careers advice

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happyfella
happyfella Community member Posts: 504 Pioneering
My daughter is in a dead end job and wants to leave. It is long hours for minimum pay. She is 30 and would love to see a careers advisor for some advice. Is there a way she can get careers advice.

Sadly she dropped out of university to look after me but has now decided she does not want to go back and do her final year. She has thought about being a health care assistant but not sure how to go about either training to become one or how to apply with the nhs to become a trainee. She did look at nursing but you require a lot of qualifications.

She just wants to sit down with something to look at all the options there are available to her.

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