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Re: looking for a job

Post Posted: Fri Jan 07, 2005 8:47 pm

Thanks for all the help. I am totally open to living anywhere in the UK, the coast sounds wonderful. I am just finding the job prospects frustrating. Can anyone tell me if they advertise jobs in the london papers that specifically ask for Americans?? Thanks for all your help.
sarah

 

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Re: looking for a job

Post Posted: Mon Jan 10, 2005 6:20 pm

Sarah,

I'm not aware of a resource which specifically targets Americans in London but perhaps the following will be of some use:

www.monster.co.uk/
www.jobsite.co.uk/
jobs.guardian.co.uk/
www.overseasjobs.com/

Kind regards,

Jamie


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Re: looking for a job

Post Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 5:22 pm

Hello, Im new to this forum and I thought Id post my question here coz its somewhat related. I hope you dont mind sarah.

I have a few questions for anyone who has time to spare please? Im a Malaysian and have been living in the UK for 2.5 years now. I was previously on a working holidaymaker visa and am now on a 6 mnths visitors visa. My partner is also here on a working holidaymaker visa but his employers have agreed to apply a work permit for him. I am a law graduate (uni of london external) and have worked for the police in the UK. However, my time in the UK is almost up and I would like to stay longer in the UK. Does anyone know what visa/permit I can apply for to remain in the UK longer? We are both planning to settle in Australia and I will be applying for a permanent residency there soon. To do that, we will have to remain physically together for 12 months continuosly. We've been together 7 years and have just started living together, we dont want to be apart anymore. DOes anyone have any advise or suggestions please? Thanks very much!!

 

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Re: looking for a job

Post Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2006 4:40 am

Josephine,

It might be best to post this as a new topic (if you haven't already) to see if anyone can help. Also, have you checked

www.expatfocus.com/exp...-residency

to see if any of the sites mentioned might be of use? Good luck!

Cheers,

Jamie


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Re: looking for a job

Post Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 3:44 am

hello!
we're students from Poland and we want to work in UK or Ireland on vacation; any advise what should we do to find some job?

 

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Re: looking for a job

Post Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2007 9:24 pm

If your looking for a law job in the uk and want to talk or apply directly to the law firms themselves then I would suggest

www.lawyersinprivatepractice.com

 

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Re: looking for a job

Post Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 12:03 pm

If you lived there, then you must know how expensive life can be in London. Even if you earn a lot of money, there is a chance this won't be enough for a comfortable life. But this is your choice and I respect it. Once I wanted to move, but later I realized I didn't like living in this country. I can advise you to use the services of top5resumewriting.services. You will have a perfect resume and you will be able to increase your chances of getting a job.

 

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