Career Coaching & Outplacement Services in Devon
Personal Career Management work with many clients in the County of Devon providing career coaching and outplacement support to individuals and companies who are making redundancies.
Our career coach and outplacement services can be delivered by career coaches either at our meeting venue in Exeter or remotely via Skype.
Meetings can be held at the following location:
|EXETER||Click to contact|
1 Emperor Way
|Map for Exeter Meetings|
|Exeter Business Park|
|Exeter, EX1 3QS|
|Tel: 01753 888995|
If you’re looking at making a career transition, need help with your job search or have just been made redundant, Personal Career Management can help. We’ve worked with individuals in the Devon area helping them to make clear and focused career decisions to make sure their next career move is the right move for them. Some of the areas our career coaches can help with include; career change, CV tips, practical interview training, help with covers letters and applications and how to use social media in your job search.
Many companies find themselves going through a restructure and need to make changes to their workforce. This might mean redundancies and it also might mean changes to the company structure where internal job changes might take place. Personal Career Management work with HR teams and business owners guiding them through this transition by supporting the team in charge and also supporting the staff affected with 1-1 career management or outplacement support and/or group workshops.
For information on how our professional career coaching services can help you identify and move into your ideal role please contact us on 01753 888995 or fill in our contact form.
Like neighbouring Cornwall to the west, historically Devon has been disadvantaged economically compared to other parts of Southern England, owing to the decline of a number of core industries, notably fishing, mining and farming. Agriculture is an important industry in Devon.
The biggest population areas are Exeter, Torquay, Paignton, Plymouth and Exmouth – all on the coast. Geographically it’s significant as the southern point of the M5 and the gateway into the West Country via the A30 (the southern route).
As we entered 2016 Devon saw a decrease in unemployment levels, suggesting career prospects are looking positive for its population. The figures for those claiming job seekers allowance is bellow half of the average for the UK indicating there is an increase in job opportunities. If you need help seeking new career opportunities or exploring your options, you could take advantage of our career coaching programmes, or outplacement programmes for those going through redundancy.
The attractive lifestyle of the area is drawing in new industries which are not heavily dependent upon geographical location; Dartmoor, for instance, has recently seen a significant rise in the percentage of its inhabitants involved in the financial services sector.
Since the rise of seaside resorts, Devon’s economy has been heavily reliant on tourism and with some recent revival and regeneration of its resorts, particularly focused around camping; sports such as surfing, cycling, sailing and heritage. This revival has been aided by the designation of much of Devon’s countryside and coastline as the Dartmoor and Exmoor national parks, and the Jurassic Coast and Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Sites.
In 2004 the county’s tourist revenue was £1.2 billion. Unique experiences in Europe are particularly concentrated on food and drink, the South West Coast Path and watersports, including sea-view restaurants in North-West Devon.
Incomes vary significantly and the average is bolstered by a high proportion of affluent retired people from across Europe’s major cities, particularly from the rest of England. Incomes in much of the South Hams and in villages surrounding Exeter and Plymouth are above the national average.