Are you looking for work? We know that it can be a really stressful time especially if it's your first job, however we're here to help. These pages will provide you with lots of really good advice on how to apply, deal with interviews, find local vacancies and lots more.
Careers South West is here to support you. We can help you look at all your options so that you make the right decisions and get the best possible start to your working life.
Don't forget that there is no set time scale to finding a job, it might take weeks or even months so don't give up and try not to let it get you down. We can look at ways to overcome hurdles.
From 2013, young people will be required to remain in some form of learning or training up to 17 years old, and up to 18 years old from 2015. This does not mean you must stay in school full time - it could mean an apprenticeship or part-time education or training for around a day per week if you are employed, self-employed or volunteering full-time (which is defined as 20 hours or more a week). For more information, see Raising the Participation Age (RPA).