5 tips for searching for a job

With the jobs market proving as competitive as ever, even finding roles to apply for can prove difficult. Here are five tips from a career coach to help in your job search.

17th July, 2012
The internet is a great place to search for job opportunities but not the only place.

With the jobs market proving as competitive as ever, even finding roles to apply for can prove difficult. We spoke with career coach [Brian McIvor](http://www.brianmcivor.com/) about the best practices when searching for a job.

While the internet is a very useful tool when searching for work, it has its limitations. It is also worth remembering that you won't be the only one looking online and many roles in specific areas won't...

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