Hayleigh Curtis quite possibly has the best job in the world.
Football has always been popular with Dundonians, and one organisation is hoping to kick-start new opportunities through the beautiful game.
A DRIVE has been launched to recruit people to work in the care industry in Dundee.
Keeping Dundee’s roads in their best condition is on the verge of becoming a dying trade, according to a city maintenance director.
A DAD has today spoken of having to “beg, borrow and steal” since being made redundant.
A GROUP of Dundonian apprentices have taken their first step in their future careers with help from Dundee City Council.
A BUSINESS chief today called for a “coherent” response to job creation in Dundee.
From dressing well to having good IT skills — there are many strings to succeeding in the work place.
THE downturn in the North Sea oil industry is proving to have a silver lining for Dundee.
A £110 million expansion of GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) pharmaceutical plant in Montrose has been announced, with a number of new jobs expected to be created.
A TRAINING scheme at Dundee Port has resulted in six unemployed people gaining full-time jobs.
A judge's decision to uphold a legal challenge against multi-billion pound plans to build a series of wind farms off the coast of Scotland could have a serious impact on Dundee and Tayside.
A budget supermarket chain is eyeing up a vacant unit next to a Dundee cinema — in a move that could provide up to 15 new jobs.
DUNDEE City Council has helped 20 young people into work since April through a Scottish Government initiative.
Children at city schools will have the chance to make their mark on the £1bn Waterfront project in a bid to get Dundee working.
Tayside is set to see another five GP vacancies in the next three months.
A DUNDEE law firm has taken on 11 new trainees — its biggest-ever intake.
DUNDEE’S major construction projects have taken on 35 new starts in recent months — and 19 apprenticeships have been created, it was revealed today.
Politicians have thrown their support behind the Tele’s ‘Let’s Get Dundee Working’ campaign.
A Dundee man will be left homeless if the council pushes ahead with a move to buy his house and knock it down, it’s been claimed.