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Labour Market Information

Labour market information tells you about what is happening in the job market at national, regional and local levels and includes information about jobs and salaries, what skills employers are looking for in different industrial sectors, conditions, communities and future trends. LMI can be confusing and difficult to find. Here are some of the best places to look for accurate and up to date information about our local area:

The Tees Valley Skills Portal

Education, Employment & Skills - Tees Valley Combined Authority
The Tees Valley Combined Authority is driving forward an ambitious agenda for growth with a clear strategy ‘Inspiring Our Future’ focusing on transforming Education, Employment and Skills in the area with an aim to make 133,000 jobs available in Tees Valley by 2024.

The Tees Valley Skills Portal is an online resource that helps individuals and employers gain access to a range of resources and support on employment, careers, learning, skills and labour market intelligence in Tees Valley

Tees Valley Careers

LMI Bulletins

Issue 485

Issue 486

Issue 487

Issue 488


Launched by the Tees Valley Mayor in May 2018, Tees Valley Careers.com is an ambitious £3 million initiative, which is the first of its kind in the UK.

There are a wide range of career opportunities in Tees Valley across all our key sectors, as well as our growing sectors. Full details and up to date information can be found at the following website.

National Careers Service - Government service for Careers.


Information for Employers

Research shows how much experiences with employers help to prepare young people for their futures and for this reason Carmel College is committed to engaging with a variety of employers, employees and the self-employed.

There are many ways your business can inspire young people by connecting them with work experiences and workplace opportunities.

Employers are key when it comes to providing real life experiences for young people to learn more about the world of work. As a business you could:

· Promote your existing work experience opportunities for young people

· Volunteer your time in a way that suits you to make a huge impact on young people in your area.

Would you like to get involved?

You could do this by volunteering for mock interview, our careers fair, mentoring, offering work experience placements, providing industry tour or subjects talks.

If you would like to discuss ways to get involved please email admin@carmel.org.uk