Redundant steel workers can transfer skills, say recruiters

Workers made redundant from the UK’s beleaguered steel industry have “excellent” skills that can be transferred into other sectors, recruiters say.

Wed, 21 Oct 2015

Workers made redundant from the UK’s beleaguered steel industry have “excellent” skills that can be transferred into other sectors, recruiters say.

Yesterday, Tata Steel Europe announced 1,200 jobs are...

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