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Guidance on effective methods for conducting UK job search and specialist prublications and journals. If you would like further assistance on job searching, see our career workshops section whcich includes professionally administered seminars on job searching techniques.


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Information on how to conduct effective job search using UK newspapers and specialist trade publications


Using Newspapers

Newspapers provide an excellent source of current job vacancies. The main national dailies such as The Times, The Independent, The Telegraph and the Guardian print current vacancies on a regular basis, some featuring specific job sectors on specific days of the week. You can visit each paper's website and search for current vacancies online.

Along with the national tabloids, there are numerous regional and local newspapers which regularly feature advertised locally based jobs. Your local newsagent will provide you with onformation on all your local and regional papers.

Your local library is a rich source of both national and regional papers along with other specialist publications and periodicals featuring both jobs and industry related news.



Specialist Trade Publications And Journals

Employers often advertise job vacancies in specialist trade publications and periodicals. These are an excellent source for both experienced professionals and qualified recent graduates.

Subscription to many specialist publications are either at a reduced rate for members or free. There is usually a professional body tending to its members' interests and advancement for most professions, so if you possess a professional accreditaion you should ordinarily apply for membership to your particular body and subscribe to its publications; never more so than when you job searching.

While specialist publications offer an effective means of targeting specific professional vacancies, the vacancies may be from anywhere in the country, so you may have to consider issues such as distance and possible relocation.













job searching using newspapers and specialist publications

Using newspapers is a major method of job searching

Look in the major tabloids

Find out the days when particular tabloids publish jobs

Look in specialist trade publications for more job vancancies

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