How to find a job in England?
Finding a job in England can be tricky if you don't know where to start.
Research is an important element of your job search, but it’s just as important to assess your goals: whether you want a career, find a part-time job, gain knowledge and experience, or try yourself in a new field.
How do companies look for employees?
Most companies hire personnel through recruiting agencies. For a closed position, the employer pays an agent remuneration in the amount of 10-30 percent of the employee's annual salary. Therefore, many firms are ready to consider an application from a suitable candidate who will independently contact them. Companies sometimes post jobs on their corporate websites. Therefore, when looking for a job, you should look at the sections of the websites of companies that interest you.
Where to look for work?
- On the Internet, in the section work on popular English-language message boards, for example GumTree, London Craigslist
- On the website of the state agency Jobcentre Plus, where direct vacancies from employers are published
- At government employment centers that are found in all major UK cities. There are people who are always ready to help you find a job that matches your knowledge and experience.
- On the Layboard website https://layboard.in/vacancies/jobs-in-england