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careers adviser

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careers advisor

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careers counselor

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(Education) a person trained in giving vocational advice, esp in secondary, further, or higher education
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Earlier this year we met our first Born and Read reading helper, Sue Chong, a former careers advisor who is supporting children at the Firs Primary School, in Castle Bromwich.
Careers advisor Rob Stoakes, said: "Dropping a grade or two may result in the loss of a university place and can be very disappointing, but young people can use the experience to reassess their goals and decide on the best waya forward.
A selection of your comments left on our website, Twitter and Facebook pages AUF Wiedersehen, Pet and Inspector Morse star Kevin Whately revealed that his careers advisor told him there was no future in acting - so he went off to be an auditor instead.
In his final year of the NVQ level III he met with a Belfast Met Careers advisor because although he enjoyed hairdressing he knew it was not the career he wanted.
But your heart goes out careers advisor Roger Dinham who has famously confessed to telling a young Tom Jones: "Get a proper job.
Educational psychologist, Christopher Arnold, and careers advisor, Tracy Baker, have co-written a book which identifies teenagers who are likely to become "NEETs" - not in education or training.
Liz Field, CEO of the Financial Skills Partnership, said: "Employers can provide the context and sector specialist information which enables the student to take forward research about their career following impartial guidance from a careers advisor.
Resources for Careers Advisers will be featured in the Exhibitors' Showcase and the Careers Advisor of the Year will be announced.
My daughter has worked for Birmingham City Council since 1983 - clerk, typist, various positions working her way up to careers advisor and personal advisor.
GOOD ADVICE: Careers advisor Wendy Townend (left) receives the Quality Standard for careers education, information, advice and guidance from Karen North, head of business development at Calderdale and Kirklees Careers Service (JH300409D)
at the Radisson Hotel event are (from left) Mohammed Khan, careers advisor, Valerie Stewart, adisson HR manager, Sirli Sormus, of the bar staff, and careers advisor Jamie James.
College careers advisor Liz Clifford said: "The day went extremely well, with exhibitors saying it was a very worthwhile event to attend in terms of numbers and quality of inquiries.