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From the dole to job adviser.

Three women have beaten the dole queues to help others find jobs.

Blyth Valley Action Team for Jobs was looking for three new recruits and decided nobody could advise the unemployed better about going back to work than those who have been out of work.

So they recruited Christa Williams, Sandra Goode and Christine Knox who are all based at Brierley Road, Blyth, where they will help those who don't have a job to find a way back into work.

Christa, who had been unemployed for a year, is the team's new administrative assistant while Sandra and Christine, whose previous contracts recently ended, are both advisers.

John Hunter, the Action Team for Jobs manager, said: "It has been a very busy year for the team. We are working hard to help more people find the right path back into work."

For further details call the team on 0800 389 599.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 10, 2006
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