Career Coaching and Outplacement Support in Reading
Personal Career Management provide career coaching and outplacement services to individuals living and working in the Reading, Berkshire area.
Individual Services in Reading
Adrian Marsh, Regional Director of Personal Career Management Reading can help you to explore your career options and put together a focused career plan and practical job search strategy. You will be supported by your own dedicated career coach who will tailor a programme around your needs. They will also work with you using our career coaching model to identify what the next move is for your career. We can then help you to move into your next role using our wide range of job search experience and resources.
Corporate services in the Reading area
We offer corporate outplacement services to companies in the Reading and Berkshire area as well as across the UK and internationally. We can offer a wide range of corporate services, including in-house career management and job search workshops, 1-1 individual career coaching and career clinics. If you are interested in outplacement support, please get in touch so we can discuss your requirements and see how we can help.
|READING||Click to contact|
|40 Caversham Road||Map for Reading office|
|Tel: 0118 304 4700|
Reading is a large town in the county of Berkshire, England. It is located in the Thames Village and has fantastic transport links into London, as well as sitting beside the M4 motorway. The population of Reading is currently around 232,000, increasing steadily due to the prominence of students from the University of Reading.
Reading is a thriving town with strong economic growth, currently at 79.9%. In a recent Centre for Cities report, Reading was named as being the number one place in the UK for employment. Employment in the town has increased by 1.8% in 2013 and this has put the overall employment rate at 78.1% which exhibits a very strong demand for workers in this area. Reading has shown growth year on year throughout the recession which has highlighted a strong labour market with good earning potential.
The University of Reading has been ranked as one of the top universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012-13. In their latest survey, 70% of graduates are in employment or further study, 6 months after they graduated in 2012. The University has recently instigated a redevelopment programme, with new halls and a refurbished sports centre being created.