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Celebrating 1,000 members finding work through CAP Job Clubs

Since their launch in 2013, CAP Job Clubs has helped 1,000 people find work despite an average length of unemployment of four years. There are now 163 CAP Job Clubs offering outstanding support to jobseekers across the UK.

 CAP Job Clubs are supportive communities that provide practical help to those seeking employment. On average, members have been out of work for over three years, but with the support and skills gained through CAP Job Clubs, 25% of members have found work.

Unemployment and debt often go hand in hand, which is why CAP Job Clubs are the perfect complement to our debt help service. Watch the video to find out more, about the difference our support is making to thousands of jobseekers across the UK. 

We are always looking for volunteers to share their skill set with local CAP Job Clubs. Whether you can offer help with CVs, interview skills, or can offer work experience, the expertise you can provide is invaluable in helping members progress toward employment.

For more information about CAP Job Clubs please visit capjobclubs.org or email externalaffairs@capuk.org

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