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Chinenye Amadi from Gorton in Manchester had worked as a Business Support Officer for Manchester City Council in the Safeguarding and Improvement Unit.
After leaving university, Josh Hurry from Withington was looking for a job in marketing, but without success. He took a job as a labourer in the construction industry to pay the bills until he could find the kind of job he was really looking for. Eventually, Josh saw a temporary vacancy at the University of Manchester with a higher salary than he was currently earning, and successfully applied for the post.Read more
Julie Hoyland from Newton Heath in Manchester had worked in various short term domestic roles, and had also worked as a supervisor in hospitality at the Etihad stadium. After being unemployed for about three months, 45 year old Julie registered with Aspire Recruitment and learned about the Building Attendant Academy course run by The Works, a partnership between the Work Company and the University of Manchester.Read more
Liliana Malek from Openshaw in Manchester had been unemployed for around six months and was getting increasingly frustrated about the fact that she was getting interviews, but wasn’t able to secure a permanent job.Read more