If you are thinking about moving to the UK, I am sure that you have also thought about working in the UK also. Thanks to the internet we are able to search for jobs without having to be in the country where the job will be based.
However, you will need to have a good quality UK CV in order to send to potential employers in the UK before you can begin to start applying.
If you are hoping to apply for work in the UK from your home country your CV will not only need to be translated into English, but also converted into an accepted UK format.
In addition to having your UK CV, I would also advise that you have a cover letter which is a requirement of some of the employers in the UK. I will discuss what cover letters are, and how they are used to find UK jobs in more detail in another article.
Ok, so let’s assume that you have a UK CV and a cover letter in English too. You are now ready to start applying for UK jobs and targeting employers in your preferred industry. In this instance, quality is better than quantity. The amount of positive responses you receive is also heavily dependent on which UK websites you choose to use for your job search.
Randomly posting your CV to any UK job site and hoping for the best is a bad strategy, and you will not get a lot responses from companies. You will need to know the best job search websites in the UK and even then, the best sites may not have the most suitable vacancies for your industry or the experience you have.
Below are some articles that go into more detail about finding work in the UK, how to prepare and what to expect.
STRUGGLING TO FIND WORK IN THE UK WITH SPONSORSHIP?
CONFUSED ABOUT THE WORKING VISAS AND FINDING THE RIGHT VACANCIES?
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