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How To Job Hunt
How To Job Hunt
How To Job Hunt
How To Job Hunt
How To Job Hunt
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How To Job Hunt

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If you're looking for a job and you dont know where to start, this slideshow is perfect for you. If you wish to find out more about searching for a job please visit the link at the end of the …

If you're looking for a job and you dont know where to start, this slideshow is perfect for you. If you wish to find out more about searching for a job please visit the link at the end of the slideshow.

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  • 1. Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 2. 7 How To Job HuntWhere to look...Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 3. 7 OnlineThe Internet is unquestionablythe most valuable, completeand up-to-date resource forjob hunters and jobadvertisers alike. Recruitmentagencies and privatecompanies all post jobvacancies on job websites andon their own websitesTuesday, 7 May 13
  • 4. 6 Recruitment CompaniesEnlisting the help of recruitment agencies is popular among jobseekers,particularly those with either existing experience, good qualifications, orboth. Many companies also favour this method of hiring as it means theyspend less time and resources on the recruitment process andsomeone else can find the most suitable candidate to fit the role.Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 5. 5 Trade Journals and Industry MediaFor those looking forwork in a specificindustry, tradejournals and otherindustry specificmedia are goodplaces to look. Manywill contain classifiedsections full of jobswhich are targetedexclusively at thereadership.Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 6. 4 NewspapersMany newspapers, both regional and national, feature classified pagesthrough which employers can advertise positions and where skilledpeople and jobseekers can offer their services. The type of work onoffer will cover a much wider scope than industry specific papers.Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 7. 3 Careers FairsUniversities andeducational charities orinstitutions frequently holdevents to which they invitespeakers and recruitersfrom different employerspicked from a wide range ofindustries.Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 8. 2 Social NetworksMore and more people are discovering the benefits of social networkswhere looking for work is concerned. Sites like LinkedIn and Twitter areexcellent for making virtual contacts and finding out about jobopenings.Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 9. 1 NetworkingThe saying “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know” is highly relevantwhen it comes to finding work or work experience. If you meetsomeone who might be able to help you in any way whatsoever, fromjust giving a bit of advice to helping find work experience placements oreven a job, then don’t be afraid to ask.Tuesday, 7 May 13
  • 10. Thanks For ViewingTo read the full article or learn more about hob hunting please visit:http://www.jobzoo.co.uk/Tuesday, 7 May 13

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