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How to find a Job

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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)

It’s important you know that working for cash in hand is against the law and so is claiming certain benefits while working, so make sure you check with your Aftercare (Social) Worker or a Jobcentre Plus advisor what you are entitled to!

There are also other ways to find jobs:

Adverts

Local newspapers advertise a variety of vacancies and you can also try looking in shop windows.

Internet

A large amount of recruitment web sites are available that advertise a variety of job opportunities. If there is a company that you would like to work for, check to see if they advertise any vacancies on their own web site, you could always upload or email them your CV for future jobs that may arise.

Agency Work

Local recruitment agencies can help you find work. They usually advertise jobs in local papers and outside of their offices. It’s usually best to register with a few agencies. They would need information from you about what type of employment you prefer, times that you are available, areas you can travel to etc.

If they have a suitable job or one comes up they will then contact you to arrange an interview or start date. But remember, these things take time.

CVs

Employers or agencies may ask for a copy of your CV. This usually contains information about you, your education, previous work history, and references. If you do not have an up to date CV,

Want to work in the arts?

If you want to work as an artist the Arts Council gives National Lottery grants throughout the year to help artists carry out their work, including writers, presenters and producers. If you are more musically minded Making Music aims to help young professional musicians at the beginning of their careers by giving bursaries and prizes in both the voluntary and professional sector

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