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New Digital Job Club launches at Bramley Library

Bramley Library has launched a new weekly ‘digital job club’ to help jobseekers brush up their IT skills and find a job online.

An adviser will be on hand every Friday between 10 and 4, to help clients navigate the internet and find their perfect role.

The digital job club is a drop in service or you can make an appointment with an adviser by calling Bramley Library on 0113 3781851.

Councillor Julie Heselwood (Labour, Bramley and Stanningley) said:

“I’m so pleased to launch this service as the online jobs market can be very hard to navigate if you’re not that confident with computers. This new service will make sure everyone has equal access to these vacancies, and thank you to the fantastic team at the library for making it happen.”


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