Finding Work

Information about the employment services and agencies geared towards helping people find jobs in the UK...

Jobseekers should make sure they have an up-to-date curriculum vitae (CV) outlining all their previous experience and qualifications on hand when applying for a job in the UK. A relevant contact address and telephone number will also be needed. In addition, employers will often require a reference from a previous employer.

Jobcentre Plus has many programmes and services available to jobseekers including training, job applications, financial support and practical advice on looking for work.

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Resources for jobseekers in the UK

There are many avenues to explore in order to find a job in the UK. These can include websites, recruitment and temping agencies, word of mouth, approaching potential employers directly and local newspapers.

  • The government website provides an online job search facility allowing people to search by job type and location: Click here

Recruitment agencies can provide help in finding work, either through their websites or at one of their high street branches.

There are many useful websites for job seekers in the UK. These include:

Finding Work

Jobseekers should make sure they have an up-to-date curriculum vitae (CV) outlining all their previous experience and qualifications on hand when applying for a job in the UK. A relevant contact address and telephone number will also be needed. In addition, employers will often require a reference from a previous employer.

Job Centre Plus has many programmes and services available to jobseekers including training, job applications, and practical advice on looking for work.

Resources for jobseekers in the UK

There are many avenues to explore in order to find a job in the UK. These can include websites, recruitment and temping agencies, word of mouth, approaching potential employers directly and local newspapers.

The government website provides an online job search facility allowing people to search by job type and location: Click here

Recruitment agencies can provide help in finding work, either through their websites or at one of their high street branches. Some of the most well-known agencies include:

There are many useful websites for job seekers in the UK, these include:

Finding Work

Jobseekers should make sure they have an up-to-date curriculum vitae (CV) outlining all their previous experience and qualifications on hand when applying for a job in the UK. A relevant contact address and telephone number will also be needed. In addition, employers will often require a reference from a previous employer.

Job Centre Plus has many programmes and services available to jobseekers including training, job applications, and practical advice on looking for work.

Resources for jobseekers in the UK

There are many avenues to explore in order to find a job in the UK. These can include websites, recruitment and temping agencies, word of mouth, approaching potential employers directly and local newspapers.

The government website provides an online job search facility allowing people to search by job type and location: Click here

Recruitment agencies can provide help in finding work, either through their websites or at one of their high street branches. Some of the most well-known agencies include:

There are many useful websites for job seekers in the UK, these include: