суббота, 28 января 2017 г.

How to find jobs

Jobseeker Tips for young
Looking for a job, the first thing you should do to register as a job seeker with NAV . When employers can gain access to your resume, you can get notifications when it posted jobs matching your search.

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Hello, I am a 14 year old girl from Ålesund. I've wanted to be an actor for some years now, I go to the theater and in the summer I decided to go on a kind of actor camp. It's really my biggest dream to be an actor! But it's hard to get something here in Ålesund ... So if anyone knows of any "audition" or something like that on sunnmøre ..?

hey i want my summer job instead get to just sit inside doing nothing :) frame area

Hey! Thought I could come with a tip here. When I was even 15-16 I searched all that was found on the web with no luck. I then started to talk to people I knew who worked. In six years, I suddenly got three jobs. I then had gone for a walk on Semsvannet and coincidentally, I asked the people who worked there if they knew if they needed any extra help. A month later, I was contacted and I got a summer job at the cafeteria there. I spoke to the manager at the dancing school where I danced before, and asked if they needed receptionists or something similar. She said that they did not need, but six months later I was contacted and worked half a year for them. I also spoke with one that I knew who was on the step above me, which I knew worked in a dance shop. She said they had no vacancies. Six months later, she contacted me and said that she had stopped and gave me the number to her boss. I have now worked there for almost 2 years. So in fact at one point I had three jobs at once. So in other words, talk to people you know or barely know, and ask! And for heaven's sake do not be too demanding on to find jobs. If you do not have work experience from before there fewer who fancy you, and you have to take the chances you get. If you might be standing in the checkout on discrimination in a while, you'll get some money for it and you can obtain a recommendation and it becomes easier to find a "better" job. Good luck: D

One can not go around looking for empty bottles returned as an outlier then!

Hello, I am a 14 year old girl from Ålesund. I've wanted to be an actor for some years now, I go to the theater and in the summer I decided to go on a kind of actor camp. It's really my biggest dream to be an actor! But it's hard to get something here in Ålesund ... So if anyone knows of any "audition" or something like that on sunnmøre ..?

hey i want my summer job instead get to just sit inside doing nothing :) frame area

Hey! Thought I could come with a tip here. When I was even 15-16 I searched all that was found on the web with no luck. I then started to talk to people I knew who worked. In six years, I suddenly got three jobs. I then had gone for a walk on Semsvannet and coincidentally, I asked the people who worked there if they knew if they needed any extra help. A month later, I was contacted and I got a summer job at the cafeteria there. I spoke to the manager at the dancing school where I danced before, and asked if they needed receptionists or something similar. She said that they did not need, but six months later I was contacted and worked half a year for them. I also spoke with one that I knew who was on the step above me, which I knew worked in a dance shop. She said they had no vacancies. Six months later, she contacted me and said that she had stopped and gave me the number to her boss. I have now worked there for almost 2 years. So in fact at one point I had three jobs at once. So in other words, talk to people you know or barely know, and ask! And for heaven's sake do not be too demanding on to find jobs. If you do not have work experience from before there fewer who fancy you, and you have to take the chances you get. If you might be standing in the checkout on discrimination in a while, you'll get some money for it and you can obtain a recommendation and it becomes easier to find a "better" job. Good luck: D

One can not go around looking for empty bottles returned as an outlier then!

I've found that 99% of people want money not work ... If you want money use your imagination. "Eg go out and find bottles, leather web design, help someone with their homework and ask for money. Cut someone's lawn! fish and sell fish! Create a YouTube channel and view are funny movie where you own all copyrights and become a YouTube partner sell things you do not need guys are dumb as fishes blobblob


Read more about what to do if you are totally unemployed and applicants in nav.no They also have a lot of good information about the young and job nav.no .

Where do you find the job openings?
Nav.no has a large list of vacancies . It may also be wise to check multiple job sites. Here is a list of pages that illuminates the work and staffing agencies.

Read also: How to find a summer job?
Many get jobs from other places than large position bases on the Internet. Most vacancies are actually never out, and it may be worthwhile to look elsewhere too.

Other ways to look for jobs:
Tell family and friends that you are looking for job and listen if they know of any opportunities.
Take direct contact with companies and send blind applications .
Register with Agencies.
Attend NAVs job fairs and meet employers face to face. Find job fairs near you through NAV in your county .
Keep an eye on corporate website.
Attend career fairs at colleges and universities.
Stay tuned to local newspapers.
Use social media.
Read more tips on where to find jobs.

Also read: Take tests: Which jobs fits well for you?
Use social media
To apply for a job through social media becomes more common. If you are comfortable with it, you can share that you are looking for a job in a Facebook status.

Seek relevant companies on Facebook, Twitter or home pages. Are you particularly interested in working there, like their page. If they did not put out any vacant positions, consult and listen if they are looking for people.

More and more employers are using social media such as LinkedIn when they search for employees. You can also make direct contact with employers with your profile as CV. The site is free, and it does not take long to register.

Many employers googler those who have submitted job application. Therefore, it may be wise to look up his name on Google and see what comes up. Contact ung.no/oss or slettmeg.no for help removing negative things about you online.

Read also: How to find jobs
Not good enough qualified?
It is quite common to search many jobs without getting a bite. Sometimes it may also be appropriate to lower the requirements somewhat. Then you can increase your chances of getting a job and gain experience that makes you a stronger next time you search.

Working as a substitute teacher is also a good way to get "a foot in." Temporary jobs can often lead to permanent positions and are often easier to obtain. If you experience that you do not have enough skills to get the jobs you want, you can consider taking more education .

You can also take shorter courses. The supply of courses that NAV offers in your area depends on the needs and priorities. Check out if there are courses through NAV in your county . You can also find a variety of free courses online from Norwegian universities and colleges on mooc.no . Many also get useful experience and sometimes job offers through internships and trainee schemes in companies.

Read also: Read more about careers and education that can fit you
Also read:
For more articles on ung.no useful to read through to find a job. Check out the topic "Jobbjakt" and these articles:

Age limits - job
To you who are seeking jobs for the first time
Jobs for you under 18
To write job application
To set up CV

Good luck!



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