A Moray business owner has encouraged companies to hire more youngsters with additional support needs.
Health bosses have warned that action is needed now to cope with an aging workforce at Moray’s biggest hospital.
Students in Moray who are awaiting results have been encouraged not to place too much emphasis on achieving the grades they are hoping for.
A Moray organisation which fosters links between young people and employers has moved to a new base.
A Forres primary school dedicated an entire week to learning about the world of work.
An initiative aimed at supporting young people during study leave has been hailed a success.
A group of Moray students have been challenged to come up with fresh ideas to attract more visitors to the region.
School pupils in Moray have teamed up with a Highland League team to boost their English and maths skills.
A recruitment event next month will aim to pair up north-east businesses with young people looking for work.
Teenagers in Moray have written and performed a musical inspired by the pressures facing young people today.
Hundreds of school pupils have attended the first day of an Elgin science festival, designed to capture their imaginations.
Apprentices from across Moray are to be showcased in an event being held to celebrate Scottish Apprenticeship Week.
Moray locals interested in teaching were given the chance to find out how to get involved in the profession at a showcase event yesterday.
A week-long campaign will be run in Moray to encourage people considering a career in teaching to get the right qualifications.
Hundreds of pupils across Moray have been exposed to the region’s key industries in an effort to keep them in the region after they leave school.
A new work experience campaign has been launched by a Moray organisation.
An initiative to get young people in Moray into work has last-minute slots available.
The achievements of young people from the north-east have been celebrated.
A group of Moray school pupils want to show they mean business by hosting a networking event for local firms.
Moray people are being encouraged to take part in a national initiative to highlight the myriad different ways for young people to achieve their dream career.
A Moray youngster will be encouraging her fellow teenagers into work - just a week after leaving school herself.
To the amateur it may be a case of a bucket and sponge and a quick hoover - but high end car valeting can see experts earn huge sums for painstakingly detailing the world’s most expensive cars.
Almost 90 secondary school pupils are undertaking WorldHost training as part of a project with Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Moray.