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IT’S MAY, A TIME OF YEAR that heralds the UK’s annual bout of ritual international humiliation: the Eurovision Song Contest. On a more positive (not to mention harmonious!) note, advice to help you avoid your own unfortunate career-related ‘nul points’ situation is at hand.

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As usual, this issue of Quest tunes in to an array of different industries. This time we pass the mic to the security sector – along with the closely related field of locksmithing – as well as health and safety, marketing, the rail industry, and the world of the smart meter installer, as well as taking a brief look at the career potential offered by leisure, therapy and well-being. Next up, regular contributor Keith Turnbull takes an honest look at some of the difficulties that might arise when you make the transition from your military career to being back home on a permanent basis, while – last but not least – we offer a useful step-by-step guide to dealing with redundancy, whether of your own choosing or not.

Whatever your next career move, we sincerely hope that – whatever happens in Vienna this month – your own future sees you hit the high notes!

In-depth articles on all the career areas covered by Quest throughout the year are always available on our website: visithttp://www.questonline.co.uk and click on ‘Careers A–Z’ for the full list.

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