Changes happening in world of work
Influx of workers in the EU-impact of this locally across the UK?
Closure of businesses reducing the opportunities to work-what business have closed recently?
Fewer jobs for life-what is/was a job for life?
it just the way life goes, you loose a job, you have to look for another even if it takes you a little while.
Increased use of technology in the work place-implications?
The impact this will have on this will mainly be the elder type of people and also people who never used a PC before. As they won't know certain things how to do and they wont be successful.
Better/ Higher qualifications needed by employers-what happens to those who don't have them?
For people who don't have the qualifications required, depending if there are any other available job for them. the employer may choose to put the person in an area where they can work. but if the employer has no other available job, then they must look and apply. The impact this will have is people walking away with no job or a job they didn't apply for.
Increase in older population not wanting to retire-implications?
Increase in service industries-are these jobs well paid or permant?
Effects of recession on certain job sectors-which companiesjobs suffered?
What type of companies are expanding and creating new jobs locally and across the UK
zero hour contract-implications?
explain how these changes may affect someone's your career plans?
lifelong plan-this means someone planning their future career and job. But the plan doesn't always go to plan, if the person is lucky enough the yes it will. For example if someone plans to go to college and after they complete this, then they will go to university for further studies/ education. But the problem is they may not have any space when the person is ready to go, or the college/ university gets shut down.
flexibility? depending if the contract you want is available, you may have to accept a zero hour contract, but their is a problem as you could get called in at any time. Maybe you won't get called in after 2 weeks. This consequence is you won't be able to have no food, drink, heat, electricity and no rent. and eventually the person will get evicted.
considering moving away or even abroad?- Someone having to move away as there is no jobs they want in the area or the job they want is abroad or for another reason. For example a person got offered a promotion but the job promotion is abroad and they would need to think hard weather to move away for the promotion. or stay due to family not leaving.
consider an apprenticeship instead of further studying at university to cave costs?- To some people it does matter as they will constantly think about costs. doing an apprenticeship it will give you qualifications, teach you and also pay you. whilst university teaches you but you have to pay them. In my own opinion i would defiantly take up an apprenticeship as you learn, gain qualifications whilst the employer pays you like in a normal job. But in University they only teach you and gain you qualifications, but they want money for the studies.