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Prospect has developed a free App to help would-be apprentices access advice and details of the largest selection of vacancies available via a mobile application.
Prospect deputy general secretary Dai Hudd has called for the careers of key personnel below the senior civil service level to be actively managed across departments, agencies and non-departmental public bodies.
Three hundred Prospect members and their families took to the streets of London on Saturday with thousands of fellow trade unionists from across the UK to protest at the government's austerity measures and demand a future that works.
Thousands of Prospect members will be travelling by train, coach and car to central London to join other trade unionists and their families on a mass demonstration calling for A Future That Works on Saturday.
With just days to go until Saturday's TUC marches and rallies against austerity, Prospect general secretary Paul Noon is encouraging all members to take part in one of the three marches in London, Glasgow and Belfast.
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