LOOKING FOR A JOB

Looking for a job in the Anglo-Saxon world is a very different experience from the one we are accustomed to in Spain. For a start, there isn´t the same concept of becoming a civil servant and having a job for life.

Finding the right job is an art in itself; first, you have to know where to look, you will find millions of specialist websites and magazines. You can try to see if there are any opportunities for you in the British job market by uploading your  CV on the Guardian page and it will tell you whether there are any positions available for you. Click here to see an example of a nice CV.

Your CV and letter of application, also known as “covering letter”, are essential to you getting shortlisted for a job interview; here is a good example  to help you write a COVERING LETTER:

Then, the most important part is to make sure you give your best performance at the interview. In this video , you can hear a professional telling you how to ace a JOB INTERVIEW:

Good luck in your job search!!!

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