How to find a job in London

Coco Chanel once said: "There is time to work, and there is a time to love." If you have financial difficulties, then, most likely, you will have to postpone romantic dates to the best times and start looking for suitable vacancies. Take advantage of our advice - and the new work will not keep you waiting.

Search the Internet: undoubtedly, the search for work should be started from the Internet. There are many job portals on which the offers you need are placed. Search for jobs on the site Indeed Jobs.

Local newspapers: those who have not yet decided on their occupation, it is best to look for jobs in local newspapers. For example, the list of vacant positions is placed in Evening Standard and Metro, as well as in their Internet versions.

Job fairs: such events are ideal for those who are looking for work in a particular field. They will give an opportunity to try themselves in an interesting field, as well as receive a salary and subsequent prospects. We advise you to visit such fairs as the Guardian London Graduate Recruitment Fair or Autumn London Graduate Fair.

Companies that have not posted jobs: just find the company that suits you and send your resume. It may seem stupid, but applicants are often invited to an interview in 15 minutes!

Work places near the house: try to find work in a few minutes walk from your home, because it will save on transport.

How to earn online. For those who do not look for a permanent job, there are many ways to earn money on the Internet. One option is to sell products on eBayGumtree or any other site. After registering, you can immediately start the business. Put your product on the site, attaching a high-quality photo and adding a detailed description that will help to attract customers. Thus, you will earn money and at the same time get rid of completely unnecessary things that are littering your house.

Register on the sites of creative and professional services: if you want to earn more creatively, show your talents on the site Fiverr.

You can do anything: write essays, solve mathematical tasks, invent pranks. For one task the price is £5 on average, but when you develop and improve your skills, you can earn impressive amounts. To begin with, it is important to determine your abilities. If you write well, use the Elance and Guru sites. If you remotely do web development, create a website that will demonstrate your skills to potential employers. Also, we advise you to visit the Peopleperhour website - if you have a good advertisement and an impressive portfolio, there will be a lot of customers.

Use social networks: just remember that advertising is everything. Therefore, post it on Twitter and Facebook, and still it will not hurt to create a special blog. This will help to demonstrate the results of your work and find the right contacts.

Money for one click: you can get some money by filling out online questionnaires, such as TolunaMysurvey and, or by subscribing to web sites. This money is enough for snacks and small whims. Yes, you can not build a career on this, but instead of wasting time, you will earn a few pounds.

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