New jobs as Able UK lands major oil rig recycling contract

Teesside-based Able UK has been awarded a significant rig decommissioning project Teeside-based Able UK has been awarded a significant contract as part of the decommissioning of four offshore platforms from the Shell-operated Brent Field in the North Sea. The contract will see three platform topsides, as well as a 138m-high steel platform jacket, transported from […]

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UK – The Kingdom that never lost its charm!

A beautiful country to be in, United Kingdom has always been enviously successful in making the world turns its eyes towards it and devotes its curiosity. There are numerous reasons which can be counted upon, to choose UK over other countries. The fundamental one; however is that the United Kingdom has been the center for […]

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UK Tier 5 (Temporary worker – Charity Worker) Visa

The Tier 5 (Temporary Worker – Charity Worker) sub-category is for people who want to do voluntary/unpaid work for a charity in the UK. The work should be directly related to the work of your sponsor’s organization. Requirement & Eligibility to apply as a Charity Worker Before applying under Tier 5 (Temporary Worker – Charity […]

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Steady raise in the Construction Activity of UK

United Kingdom’s construction activity, notably, house prices and house building is rising at the fastest pace since July according to a poll of purchasing managers. Figures from the UK’s biggest building society, Nationwide indicate that the house prices have raised 3.9% in the year to July – the highest amount since August 2010 with an […]

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Immigration is a ‘boon’ for the UK economy, not a ‘burden’

Immigrants pay tax and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development calculates that in the UK, they pay more into the pot than they take out – says think-tank One of the United Kingdom’s key economic advantages is its success at attracting skilled immigrants. In particular – the ability of London to generate the wealth […]

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Jobs: Research shows students are missing out on working for small firms

Students and graduates are missing out on employment opportunities with small and medium (SME) sized firms. Research by banking giant Santander suggests that only one in eight university students would pick working for an SME as their top career choice, despite the role UK SMEs play in national employment. However, twice as many graduates end […]

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