Dream Job

  • Apprenticeship changes future
    P&J Recruitment learns how William Duncan, 28, from Peterhead, worked as a Royal Mail postman for five years while he studied engineering at college.
  • Laura creates cash by reinventing old furniture. Natasha Mckim finds out more about her business, Sash Cow.
  • Jobs in Scotland looks at one of the many ways to raise money for charity.
  • Everyone can do karate at any age, just like Ronnie Watt.
  • Dan Nevsky makes a living away from the desk. 
  • Cookie monster, vanilla, chocolate and orange and raspberry ripple – is your mouth watering yet? Cupcakes in a multitude of flavours stare at you. Pink ones, blue ones and white ones covered in caramel. If you can pass Jo’s cupcake shop in Aberdeen without glueing your nose to the window, then yo...
  • With mathematical equations, scientific formulas and an experienced palate, the life of a brewer boasts a hearty mix of many technical skills, as well as excellent food and drink knowledge.
  • Felicity Macdonald is making her own destiny thanks to chocolate
  • There are desk jobs, there are chef jobs, there are jobs where you get paid to be in the air or on the sea.
  • Mat Meredith is the technical director for AISUS Offshore. But what does this involve? Is his day to day life exciting? Natasha Mckim tries to find out.
  • This is a business which is still expanding.
  • Natasha Mckim finds out from Nicola Wiltshire why getting away from London is good for art
  • Robbie Scott, 17, is a determined young man with big dreams.
  • Few people can claim to have “the best job in the world” but for Gordon Shedden, his career as a racing driver is exactly that.
  • Living and working in a small rural community many miles from city life isn’t for everyone – but it’s just what the doctor ordered for two young GPs.
  • Scotland’s technology hub is booming with reports indicating the tech sector has grown by 43.4% over the past five years, higher than the UK average of 31.3%
  • Those who dream of spending their days on the set of a hit TV show listen up.
  • The north-east has a long and historic connection with lighthouses and the brave keepers who operated them.
  • Aberdonian born and bred Andy Stewart talks about his journey into mixology
  • Christopher Harrison explains why being the principal dancer for Scottish Ballet is his dream job.