UK Job Search
The task of searching for jobs online can usually be a time-consuming job in itself. Not only is it the amount of websites that you have to search through, there is also a vast amount of different types of websites. It is also very important to understand the type of website that you are visiting before uploading your CV or applying for any vacancy. We have tried to catogorise the different types of job websites, Below we have tried to define the sites as broadly as possible and are defined as follows below:
There are various ways how to find a job. The first place to start would be to look in your local jobcentre plus office, they advertise up to date vacancies of all types of employment in your area. See http://www.jobcentreplus.gov.uk/. (Job seeker Direct: Tel No: 0845 6060234)
As the title suggests, these websites are the online editions of the local, national, and industry newspapers and magazines you are probably familiar with. These tend to have less job vacancies than the job boards - especially for local or niche industry publications. National publications often focus on high-end corporate vacancies.
Employers often list vacancies on their own websites, although it is often the biggest companies that are more pro-active about this. If you would like to work for a specific company you should take a look at their website for details of any vacancies or to find out the names of the people you can contact to introduce yourself.
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