Labour Market Information and Links
Labour Market Information (LMI) for all
LMI for All is an online data portal, developed by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills and currently funded by the Department for Education, which brings together existing national sources of high quality labour market information (LMI) that can inform people’s choices about their careers.
Pupils and Parents – Try out the Careerometer below:
Use the cards below to investigate careers to see information such as average salary (broken down into useful comparatives and expected workforce change). If you are not sure about a particular career, select the Uk average button on the card.
USEFUL LMI LINKS
- Careersmart – uses official government data sources to provide the latest labour market trends. Includes lists of the best and worst paid jobs, and jobs with the longest and shortest weekly hours
- HESA – experts in higher education data and analysis
- iCould – explore different careers through real-life videos, guides and advice. Also includes a 5 minute Buzz Quiz which helps you discover your strengths and what makes you tick
- KareerHub – real time careers information and guidance system for schools, educational institutions, careers advisers, service providers, students and their families
- Skills Match – an interactive tool which allows the visual exploration of the relationship between skills supply and employer demand in London
- U-Explore – careers and employability solutions for schools and college
- National Careers Service – Careers advice and support, access a careers advisor 8am – 10pm 7 days a week
Papworth Trust – Work and Health programme
Skills Service – The Skills Service is part of Opportunity Peterborough’s economic development portfolio. Responding to local business needs to fill skills gaps and develop employability skills in young people, they co-ordinate activities between businesses and schools, and other organisations with access to young people.
Peterborough Local Offer - The Local Offer gives children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) and their families information about support and services in Peterborough.