HIRE and FIRE is what they talk about on Thursday night TV.
And, with The Apprentice in full swing, it’s time to consider cost-effective measures when it comes to job hunting.
Think smarter and save money with these tips. . .
REDO YOUR CV: Need help with an up-to-date resume? Check out reed.co.uk/career-advice for helpful tips and a free resume template. Or sign up for free at Canva.com for some great modern resume templates.
READ ALL ABOUT IT: Visit our Sunemployment pages to be the first to know about all the latest vacancies. See Jobs.thesun.co.uk for the latest job postings.
GET SMART: Since most of the interviews are done virtually, you don’t have to buy a lot to look smart on camera. The Timpsons Dry Cleaner will clean your interview clothes for free if you’re unemployed.
Just drop by their store and chat with their staff. If you need a new shirt, visit vouchercodes.co.uk/tmlewin.co.uk for free shipping on all orders through March 31st.
IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS: Coursera.org has a large selection of free courses.
VIDEO CLASS: To look your best during an on-camera interview, proper lighting is key. One way to look professional is to get a ring light. You can purchase it from Wowcher for just £7.99, not £29.99! To get by without wasting anything, place your laptop in front of a desk or table lamp, or sit next to natural light.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS: If you have to use public transport to get to your personal interview, talk to your train operator.
Most have a Way To Work Scheme, like the West Midlands trains, which offer up to six days of travel vouchers for interviews and up to three months of free rail travel to a new job, employment or internship, depending on your circumstances. Check the local train operator’s website to see if you qualify.
- The prices on this page are correct at the time of publication. Offers and offers subject to availability.
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