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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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Risk Management
Risk Management
The skills required to ‘know your enemy’, and the development of tactics to counter that enemy, are basic risk management aptitudes. That means, without even knowing it, you may have spent a significant proportion of your Services career preparing for a role in this industry – and could well be more ready than you know for a rewarding new career in risk.
Road Transport and Freight Management
Road Transport and Freight Management
Want to carve out a new career in the world of road transport? Here’s the steer on driver and transport manager qualifications, licensing and training
Human Resources
Human Resources
Personnel choice? When you make the leap to the civilian workplace, maybe human resources could be the career for you
Rail Industry
Rail Industry
Like many youngsters, you may have dreamed of becoming a train driver – 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?
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?