public sector [pub-lic sec-tor] noun
- The part of an economy that is controlled by the government
You may be surprised to find that local government has an enormous range of jobs, endless opportunities for development and that working for a council provides a great starting point for your future career, wherever it may take you.
Click here for a guide that provides some key facts and figures about local government to give you an insight into how it works and the prospects that might be available to you.
education [ɛdjʊˈkeɪʃ(ə)n] noun
- The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university: a course of education.
The majority of schools and colleges are also included this sector. Working in education can be really rewarding, it is a job where you can use your knowledge and skills to help others learn and develop. There is a variety of fields to chose from, but good organisational and communication skills will be important to have.
This video features two apprentices at Crawley Borough Council and was also filmed, produced and edited by apprentices.
Here are some examples of entry level jobs in this sector:
If you’re continuing into further or higher education, please click here to see many other options available to you.
Remember. . . you can always get a job in Sales, Marketing, IT, Human Resources and Finance in any sector.