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    1. emininojiq

      emininojiq Well-Known Member

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      whats the best way to find a new job, had enough of mine, jobcentre doesn't seem much good??

       
    2. jailynn24hb

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      Where you looking, ie what area?
       
    3. masoven4u

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      Just general.
       
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      No ie where do you live...

      As there's jobs at my work, Manchester airport..but if u live down south its useless
       
    5. crormaSoila18

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      What jobs are these mate?
       
    6. diksdiks

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      Greater Manchester Area.
       
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      defelqy Well-Known Member

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      general section of UK-M is a good start........otherwise

      jobrapido.com
      indeed.co.uk
      careerjet.co.uk
      totaljobs.com
      gumtree (sometimes)
       
    8. alomjabpd

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      I use gumtree a lot. There's always new jobs updated on there every day - jobs though, not careers. Don't like using job sites where you sign up and add a CV, all I do is get spam every single day from them with jobs that aren't suitable for me.
       
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      Whatever you do, make sure you stay in your job until you find another one. It looks ten times better if your looking for work and are already working. I just think of companies I want to work for, call up and find out who the HR Manager is and get their email address. Then just send a tailored cover letter with my CV. This is great from the companies perspective as cuts out recruitment costs and they view you a bit better as you have contacted them directly.
       
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      Personally i think its aload of **** when they say its easier to get a job whilst in one already. Just my opinion
       
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