All About Careers* – information website for young people aged 16-24 with detailed information across 24 industry sectors including job search.
Adzuna Graduate Jobs in the UK Stats* – gives an overview of graduate salaries paid in the UK and regional differences.
CV-Library* – job search and register your CV online so employers and recruiters can find you.
Evenbreak* – matches disabled job seekers with employers looking to build a diverse workforce.
Glassdoor* – job and company search, reviews, salaries and benefits from employees. Interview questions from candidates.
GOV.UK Find a job* – search and apply for full or part-time jobs in Great Britain.
Gradcracker* – careers website for engineering and technology students. Search work placements/internships and graduate jobs relevant to your area.
Graduate-Jobs* – allows employers and recruitment agencies to post jobs, graduate schemes and internships.
Graduate Talent Pool* – government initiative that can help you kickstart your career by searching and applying for internships posted by employers, connecting graduate skills to businesses.
GradLink UK* – is a specialist careers website designed for UK-educated students and graduates from China, Africa, India and Malaysia. The website includes vacancies, graduate profiles, employer contacts, and in-depth advice.
Graduate Recruitment Bureau* – specialising in placing students and graduates into part-time jobs, internships and graduate jobs and schemes, ranging from Times Top 100 Employers, to SMEs and start-ups.
Guardian Jobs* – search for graduate & entry level jobs.
Indeed* – search millions of jobs from thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds and company websites.
Joblift*– a meta-search platform.
LinkedIn Jobs*– search for jobs on LinkedIn, and read advice from thought leaders, view presentations, see examples, find experts, and browse other resources on finding a job.
Magnet.me*– find your graduate job, scheme or internship based on your profile.
Milkround* – search and apply for graduate jobs, schemes and internships from top UK employers.
Prospects*– graduate careers website – the good way to find graduate jobs, postgraduate courses, work experience and careers advice.
Reed*– a job site that advertise vacancies on behalf of employers and recruitment agencies who are looking for staff.
Target Jobs* – graduate jobs, schemes, internships and advice.
TipTopJob* – a unique network of generic and specialist jobsites that cover more than 83 countries and 35 industry sectors.
The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers 2021-2022* - The definitive guide to the leading employers recruiting graduates during 2021-22
VitaeJobs* – a dedicated jobs website, based in Swansea, that specialise in public sector and charity jobs including parliamentary/political jobs, civil service jobs, and public affairs/policy opportunities.
Country profiles detailing the requirements to work in various countries around the world, looking at visa requirements, how to apply for positions and where to find vacancies -
Lleol*– gwefan lle gallwch ddod o hyd i wybodaeth Gymraeg yn lleol ac yn genedlaethol.
Job Trac Cymru* – yn recriwtio siaradwyr Cymraeg (dros dro a pharhaol) i fusnesau amrywiol yng Nhgymru, Lloegr, Yr Alban a Iwerddon.
Safle Swyddi* – gwefan ar gyfer hysbebu swyddi sy'n gofyn am y Gymraeg fel sgil sy'n hanfodol neu'n ddymunol.
Swyddle* – partneriaeth recriwtio ac adnoddau dwyieithog i ymgeiswyr a cyflogwyr.
CareerArc Job Search* – turns your phone into a mobile job-searching tool.
Debut* – a careers app for students and graduates looking for internship or graduate scheme opportunities at the UK’s best employers.
Glassdoor* – job seekers get access to the latest job listings as well as company reviews and salary reports, shared by those who know the company best – the employees.
Gradcracker* – keep you up-to-date with all of the latest work placements and graduate opportunities from your STEM employers whilst you’re on the move.
Grad DNA* – app for recent graduates or students who are still studying at university and looking for a graduate job, internship, year out placement, summer work, casual work or similar.
Indeed* – in a single search, Indeed offers free access to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites and job boards.
LinkedIn Job Search* – find a job opportunities wherever you want with location-based search. Get automatic recommendations and notifications based on your job searches. Apply to jobs with your LinkedIn profile.
Graduate schemes are graduate positions with an extended period of training - usually one to two years - often offered by larger employers. The application process usually consists of a number of steps which may include attending assessment centres and carrying out online tests.
The application window usually opens in early Autumn with many closing to applications by December / January - so you may choose to apply to a graduate scheme(s) in the Autumn of your final year of study, with the scheme / job then commencing the following summer.
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