Jobclub


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Jobclub

(ˈdʒɒbˌklʌb)
n
(Social Welfare) a group of unemployed people organized through a Jobcentre, which meets every day and is given advice on job seeking to increase its members' chances of finding employment
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March 4, 1986: A minibus service was set up by Huddersfield Job Centre to take unemployed people to a new Jobclub in Manchester which provided free facilities and advice to jobseekers.
WOLVERHAMPTON youngsters aged 16 and 17, who are looking for work, are invited to attend a one-off jobclub to be held at the Connexions Black Country Centre in Salop Street, on Wednesday July 27, between 10am and 11.30am.
JobClub, "but my uncle works for the Arts Council, so whatever I end up doing, it should pay at least pounds 80,000 a year."
JobClub was available to persons considered by CES to have the potential to benefit from the program, with the emphasis placed on young people.
But despite joining a JobClub and applying for dozens of jobs, he ended up with a carrier bag of rejection letters.
Childcare and travel expenses are offered and an open day is being held at the estate JobClub near the One Stop Shop on Monday.