Good news job seekers! The Mirror has launched its own job board where you can search from a pool of more than 50,000 jobs!
The newspaper has joined forces with top recruitment site Fish4jobs to provide you with everything you need, including top tips and advice to find a job or advance your career, inspirational stories,and all the latest opportunities to help you land the job you are looking for. This new initiative is part of the Get Britain Working campaign and aims to help boost employment in Britain and get people back in work.
If you are interested in advancing your career, check out www.mirror.co.uk/jobs to view thousands of vacancies in all sorts of sectors across the UK. Among the top recruiters are:
Travelodge (150 job vacancies)
The hotel chain is recruiting staff including receptionists, housekeepers, bar café workers and guest room cleaners at five hotels opening before Christmas in Manchester, Southport, Crawley, London Walthamstow and Chertsey and also has openings for managers, assistant managers plus roles at its Oxfordshire head office.
Social Care (44.651 jobs)
For those dreaming landing a job in the care sector, there are tens of thousands opportunities ranging from care assistants to residential wardens.
Toys R Us (50+ openings)
The toy chain seeks for enthusiastic people to join its team of sales advisors at the two new stores opening soon in Newcastle and Glasgow. The incentives are not to be neglected: competitive salary, comprehensive training and support and of course loads of fun.
Amey (160 jobs)
The support services provider announced a range of different vacancies across the country including plant maintenance staff and driver operators in Swindon, engineers, IT staff, administrators, etc.
Interestingly, The Guardian, also operates a similar job depository which connects thousands of jobseekers to the British labor market, so does The Sun, The Times and Metro. What I understand is that British newspapers increasingly become socially responsible, contributing significantly to the improvement of citizens’ prosperity and advancement.
The launch of this service comes at a time where predictions about UK’s unemployment rise are still valid, according to the estimations of Bank of England. Therefore, it is expected that Mirror Jobs board will revitalize Britain’s labor market and give more confidence to local people – either unemployed, or jobseekers and recent graduates. Hopefully, it will help literally get Britain working!
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