Travel Counsellors has revealed that it has seen a rise in job enquiries from high street travel agents unsure of their future. The company said it has received a 41 percent rise in job enquiries for January compared to the same month in 2010, plus a 56 percent increase for February. Its Facebook and Twitter pages are said to have increased the amount of enquiries. “We are seeing interest from travel professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds, with particular interest from high street agents as many still face uncertainly in such a turbulent climate,” said Steve Byrne, managing director of Travel Counsellors. “It’s also interesting to see the benefit in reaching people through social media with many potential recruits visiting us on our Facebook page to interact with us.” Travel Counsellors will now be holding 12 roadshows across the UK between 6 April and 25 May so potential future homeworkers can gain an insight into what the job involves and TC as a company. In addition, they will be invited to Travel Counsellors’ mini conferences in Bolton, Birmingham and London (4-6 April).