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The Education Secretary John Patten argued that specialisms in UK schools were already emerging and that we should not treat children "like identical vegetables".
The deliberately open brief has been designed to encourage a wide range of interpretations from different specialisms.
The knowledge they've gained working in a particular specialism is something we're very keen to harness.
A key specialism of our Qatari office will be real estate development and construction work where we offer our clients some of the most experienced legal advisors in the region," he said.
Over the past two years, Hays in Japan has grown from eighty staff to 130 and nine industry specialisms to thirteen, and has added a third office to its network.
These new specialisms are now open to applicants and will further open up the profession in the fields of property, land and construction.
Both roles will focus on business strategy, growing Edward Symmons's enviable client base and looking for further opportunities to strengthen and expand the firm's niche specialisms.
Denise Craig, BVWM manufacturing policy development group chairman, said: "While areas of the UK, such as the North-West, have their specialisms, it is the West Midlands that can be described as being the heart of UK manufacturing with its extensive business base in aerospace, automotive, ceramics and a score of other advanced sectors.
The three specialisms of sciences, applied learning and maths and computing all help to enhance the learning experiences of the students and of the community.
Registered practices are then able to search the site to find locum cover, check for appropriate specialisms and book practitioners online.
The study in the Lancet was based on interviews with 700 consultants in 1994 and 2002, and a group of more than 1000 in the same specialisms in 2002.