Where and how to find a job?
When you have decided on the sector and type of work you would be most interested in, start gathering information on job vacancies in that particular field.
Take advantage of all possible sources of information such as national and local newspapers, free papers, job centres, labour exchange services on the internet, employment agencies, and the home pages of large companies. You could even contact a company which interests you directly and enquire whether they have any vacant positions.
Remember that not all vacant positions are publicly advertised. A single vacant position may attract hundreds of applications and dealing with all those will require a lot of time and effort. To avoid this, jobs are not necessarily advertised openly and companies may prefer to release information on vacant positions through the grapevine. These hidden vacancies are usually filled through personal networks. Therefore, it might be worth your while to let your relatives and friends to know that you are looking for a job, it may be that they know of a job which would be just right for you!