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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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Personal trainer
Personal trainer
The UK’s health and fitness industry is growing at an exponential rate and is currently worth more than £4 billion. This number is only set to increase year on year, with new fitness facilities opening all the time, backed up by innovative new trends and advances in technology. From social media to blogs, TV to apps and games, fitness truly is the mainstream. It’s estimated that one in every seven people in the UK is a gym member and, with that type of volume, the need for talented, qualified fitness professionals has never been greater …
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Power up your future with a career in electrical or electronic engineering, whose applications span a host of diverse industries
Renewables
Renewables
The renewable energy sector offers a wide range of rewarding careers – particularly for those who want to do something challenging and worthwhile. Prepare to renew your own direction …
Auditing
Auditing
Why take the auditing option? As you finish your service and consider what to do next, the choices can feel overwhelming. What about auditor training? It could be the perfect option for the next stage in your working life, says Anne Seymour-Durkin, training manager at Exova BM TRADA
Utilities
Utilities
Help to keep Britain running smoothly by directing your skills towards our vitally important utilities industry, covering gas, power, waste and water
Aviation
Aviation
Thinking of transferring your aviation-related skills to the civilian workplace? Here’s some advice to help you plan ahead to ensure your new career gets off the runway
Health and Safety
Health and Safety
In their quest to protect 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?
Security
Security
Secure your future … with a career in an industry to which many Service leavers find themselves very well suited. Planning ahead with relevant qualifications now could see you sitting pretty in a civvy security role when the time comes
Care Work
Care Work
Care work involves a variety of roles from administration, logistics and practical back-up support, to complex medical care.
Telecoms
Telecoms
Is telecoms your calling? If you’re thinking of a future career that involves you with technology at the cutting edge and where constant change is on the menu, why not connect with a fast-moving career in the telecoms industry?
Healthcare
Healthcare
The healthcare sector, public and private, offers a huge range of career opportunities. When the time comes for resettlement, you may well find you already have sought-after skills. But, to really make sure your prospects are in the pink, now’s the time to start getting some appropriate qualifications under your belt.
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?