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23-Dec-2009 6:25 pm

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24-Jan-2010 9:09 pm

I'm qualifying in 3 weeks time in Grampian and we have been told there are no jobs available due to job freeze and the situation is unlikely to change in the next 3 years. I can't easily relocate due to family, mortgage commitments. At the moment the last 3 years feels like a waste of time.

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28-Jan-2010 1:26 pm

They are probably using the recession as an excuse to freeze recruitment. Am sure they are able to come up with a reason as to why this is not the case. Perhaps they would like to share it with us.

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Laura Smith

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15-Jul-2012 10:33 pm

I am starting at uni in September and this is a worry to me also. I have a friend who qualified over a year ago and was working as a carer in a residential home she has just now got a job but has had to relocate for it. I'm hoping that things will improve in 3 years time

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