THE Worcester News is running a campaign which aims to help people find a new job.

Over six weeks, our Getting Worcester Back to Work campaign will be highlighting how jobseekers can find employment, consider alternative careers or begin retraining.

Throughout the six weeks, we will also be offering free job adverts – in our newspaper and on our website – to employers which are recruiting, to help them find the right candidates.

During the campaign, we'll be publishing articles which provide advice and ideas for people looking for a new job as well as employers seeking to recruit.

Worcester News editor Stephanie Preece said: "As we start to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, there will be a lot of people across Worcester and Worcestershire who are seeking a new job, and lots of businesses looking to recruit, and here at the Worcester News we're best placed to bring jobseekers and employers together.

"With our huge audience throughout the county, through our newspaper, website and social media platforms, we can reach people to promote job opportunities.

"So we want to do our part to help people take the next step in their career, and help employers recruit the right people for their business."

Getting Worcester Back to Work is part of our Love Local Business campaign to support local businesses as they emerge from lockdown and encourage people to use local shops and services.

If you are an employer interested in taking up the offer of a free job advert as part of our campaign, email