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Already know what kind of career you’d like to move in to? Or maybe you’re still looking for information that’ll help you make up your mind? Whatever stage you’re at, the QUEST Careers Hub provides in-depth insight on a wide range of industry sectors. To find out more, click on your area of interest below or use the search facility.

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Emergency services careers
Emergency services careers
The emergency services are organisations that work to ensure public and national safety by responding to all types of emergency situation.
Drone training
Drone training
Popularly depicted as the ‘eye in the sky’, the unprecedented growth in commercial acceptance of unmanned aerial vehicles – commonly known as drones – is fuelling an enormous upturn in related careers. Maybe it’s you who should be keeping an eye on them?
Building Trades
Building Trades
Want to turn your talents to a practical career on leaving? One of Britain’s widest-ranging industry sectors, the building trades, has a huge range of roles to choose from. Here’s how to ensure a firm foundation for your next career move …
Franchising
Franchising
Franchising is a much more common business model than many people realise, with a surprising number of the most recognisable high-street brands run as franchises. When it comes to launching a business career, it’s clear to see why many people are drawn to the idea of franchising, but it’s definitely worth stepping back to assess the pros and cons of this operating model before making the leap …
Project Management
Project Management
Are you organised, methodical, good at keeping work on track, confident about meeting deadlines and happy to take on responsibility? A career in project management will require you to deliver tasks on time and within budget by planning and organising resources and people. If you recognise your own skill set here, PM could be the perfect match for you
Oil and Gas
Oil and Gas
Working on- or offshore in the UK’s oil and gas industry is not for the faint-hearted – it’s a challenging prospect on many levels, but also well rewarded for those with the right skills, and with potential for a productive future
Close protection
Close protection
The various sectors of the security industry offer a huge range of employment opportunities – none more so than close protection. Could CP be your calling?
Health and Safety
Health and Safety
In their quest to safeguard the working population, today’s health and safety professionals take a proactive, preventative approach to problems such as injury, accidents and equipment failure. Many who leave the Armed Forces are attracted to a career in this field – after all, the role is primarily about inspiring groups of people to take a disciplined approach to avoiding life-threatening and harmful situations, which means it can really suit them. Perhaps you have what it takes to join this important mission?
Computing and IT
Computing and IT
IT’s for you! The strong growth of tech employment in the UK sends a clear message to anyone considering career opportunities: there are a multitude of exciting openings out there. Are you ready to unlock them?
Aviation security
Aviation security
Aviation security staff deal with air rage, drunkenness, assault, smuggling and crime, as well as the threat of national and international terrorism
Rail Industry
Rail Industry
Like many youngsters, you may have dreamed of becoming a train driver one day – that’s still a possibility, of course, but the modern rail industry offers so much more scope than that, with jobs covering a huge range of areas, from signaller to site manager, engineer to HR officer. Does rail offer the role you’ve been looking for?
Technical Author
Technical Author
Technical authors design, write and publish information, technical leaflets, safety manuals and other information.