As a result of increased workload and exciting construction opportunities throughout the North East and Yorkshire we are seeking to expand our team of time served bricklayers. Applicants must be enthusiastic and passionate about their trade, with good construction site knowledge and experience, together with health and safety awareness. Would this be of interest?
Interesting post. Could you help me with sites that are looking for staff in the building trade. I have a nephew who is time qualified through a good apprenticeship system in the Lake District and is finding it impossible to find decent work. A young man wanting to work but can't. Very, very frustrating and depressing for a young chap who only wants to get on in life. Any help gratefully appreciated. Thank you.
Later today should see this rise. All indications are of an increase in housing demand. No surprises there, even job websites are now crying out for builders, joiners, groundsmen etc. TW could be £2 by year end.
important though, yes to look at US housing figures which are under same pressures as in UK.Required reading now on Market Oracle (c)-"US Housing Market Important data that Financial Media Ignored"-especially see the Lumber/wood index collapsing downwards ! This might affect the plans of some here..GL
Bought back in at 98p and will hold till it hits 1.07 before selling in the first 10 days of June.Then in at 1.03 and will be in place for run up to 1.20 after figs in early July. Hope this works,but that is the plan.This share is heading up and soon I will place a 1.00 stop loss on incase of stock market crash after July figs.GLA DYOR.
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