Our employment specialists have spent decades watching how employment has had a fantastic impact on thousands of lives.
Here are just a few reasons why we think working could benefit you.
How can does being unemployed affect me?
Feelings of Hopelessness
Not working has a psychological impact on how you feel about life, you may feel less able to cope.
Being unemployed can affect problem solving, memory and decision making abilities
Not earning a wage can impact you financially, food, rent, heat and other bills become harder to pay and there’s even less money for things like holidays and trips out.
Being unemployed can worsen mental health issues and can contribute to their development
Not working has been linked to physical health problems such as back pain and high blood pressure
Being on your own too much can make you feel isolated and feel negatively towards the outside world
Because of the impact on you financially, physically and mentally, relationships can be strained.
Makes You Unhappy
Not having a job can make you dissatisfied with life and contribute to increased stress
Low self-esteem is one the greatest barriers to employment
Being unemployed can lower confidence and motivation but increase anxiety and depression.
Hear from some of the people who once felt just like you, we understand it can be hard to self-motivate, we hope that these stories will restore some of your confidence to achieve your ambitions.