Updated 15th February 2018
Key Job Websites
National Careers Service - providing information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
www.yor-zone.org.uk/YorZone/futures4me - includes info on something to do, someone to help, volunteering and much more.
www.prospects.ac.uk - A massive site aimed at graduates but with information of relevance to anyone on issues such as CV’s, job search, career choice etc
www.gov.uk/jobsearch - Welcome to the Jobcentre Plus job search. Thousands of new jobs available every week. Alternatively, look for voluntary work using the link at the bottom of the page.
targetcareers.co.uk/search/jobs - Target Careers Job Search
www.milkround.com - The UK's most widely used student and graduate job website.
Employability is not just about getting good qualifications - employers are looking for good person skills and the ability to apply your knowledge and skills. So you need to think about what you have to offer and what strategies you plan to use, secure an interview and hopefully a fulfilling appointment.
Barclays Life Skills - Helping young people with the skills they need to go forward into work
www.thejobcrowd.com/news - See the section - 'Getting online and getting a job: the dos and don'ts'
www.jobcentreguide.co.uk - Job Centre Guide and Job Hunting Advice
Success at School - is the place for young people to explore careers, get the lowdown on top employers, and search for the latest jobs, courses and advice
AnyIntern.co.uk - is the United Kingdom’s largest internship directory, listing internships available to students in all industries such as Engineering, Accounting, Fashion, Finance and many more.
ulas.co.uk - Your Complete Careers Network
jobs.telegraph.co.uk/careers - Telegraph Jobs provides job sector information, careers advice and guidance.
Guides covering psychometric testingIncludes tips and advice from experts, clear examples, free practice tests and links to extended preparation resources.
www.theonlinetestcentre.com - to help students and jobseekers to pass aptitude and reasoning tests.