Helpful Tools and Career Advice for Scottish Job Seekers

January 6th, 2021 by dayat Leave a reply »

You might have seen a lot of negative press about the jobs market in Scotland, but the situation is getting better and you will actually be surprised by the great range of jobs in Scotland.

If you want to work in Scotland then you want be disappointed by the range of great locations to live. Some of the main cities include Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and Falkirk. You should spend some time learning about the different cities and deciding where you might like to live. You might also want to look into the job opportunities in your chosen location to see if there is anything that might suit you.

One of the best ways you can find the best Scottish Jobs is to check some of the top Scottish Job boards. The best websites should have a specific job search facility where you can search for jobs in your chosen location. For example, if you are looking for Engineering Jobs then you could search for ‘Engineering Jobs in Aberdeen.’

If you want to get an idea of what sort of job industries are prominent in Scotland, then take a look at the sectors listed below. These are the job sectors that seem to pop up on Scottish Jobs boards on a regular basis:

• Accountancy
• Engineering
• Finance and Banking
• Health and Safety
• Customer Service
• Graduate
• Beauty
• PR
• Marketing
• Social Work
• Retail
• Gas and Oil

As you can see, there is a fairly good range of jobs available. You should be able to find something you are interested in. Other useful careers tools that you can use include job email alerts, CV upload facilities, cover letter advice and tips and careers questionnaires and videos.

There are a few Scottish Jobs websites that provide some helpful tips about how to write the perfect cover letter and CV. Some of them might also give you a bit of information about what it is like to work in Scotland and where to look for the best jobs.

There are also some Scottish careers websites that you have to sign up to in order to get the best tools. You might have to register with them to access things like personal job shortlists, tailored careers advice and employer information.


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