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Job Search

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Newspapers are good sites for jobs Ė they list the jobs that are advertised with them.  It is easier to use the website as you can use the search and donít have to wade through pages of adverts.

Guardian
www.guardian.co.uk

Times
www.timesonline.co.uk

Telegraph
www.jobs.telegraph.co.uk

Jobs in Europe

The European Employment Service advertises many jobs:
https://europa.eu.int/eures/home.jsp?lang=en

Try also:
www.stepstone.co.uk

Volunteering

If you are finding that jobs you are applying for are asking for experience it may be that youíll find it useful to do some volunteering.  The best site to search, which includes endless possibilities is:

www.do-it.org.uk

Job Search Sites

One of the easiest ways to find job search sites is to use what is known as a portal i.e. www.job-page.co.uk.  This page lists a lot of the most useful and commonly used job search sites.  This type of jobs portal is becoming more popular, others are:

www.agencycentral.co.uk
www.alljobsuk.com
www.jobs.co.uk


JustPartTime was created to support job seekers of all ages (especially mothers and the more matured workforce) looking for part-time jobs which includes term-time, flexible hours and job sharing roles, and to also help organisations attract and retain a flexible and age diverse workforce. We aim to match those wanting to work part-time with those organisations offering quality jobs on part-time basis.

JustPartTime also acts as a "one-stop shop" to all part-time activities listing everything part-time ranging from employment to education. www.justparttime.co.uk

The top ten job search sites are:

www.clickajob.com
www.fish4jobs.co.uk
www.gis-a-job.com
www.gojobsite.co.uk
www.jobpilot.co.uk
www.monster.co.uk
www.topjobs.co.uk
www.totaljobs.com
www.workthing.com
www.jobserve.com

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