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Any grads from the year 2010 still not in permanent employment? watch

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    (Original post by bethnals)
    Nope No insider info. Thats exactly what I'm going to do when i finish.

    Im 100% sure you will find something in two months even if it is just temp or to pay bills whilst you look for something long term. Do not apply online unless its something you really want to do. Just go direct to every company there and also buy the daily English newspapers with job adverts. Also comapnies sometimes hold a number of open invitation interviews.

    Your fully qualified with some work experience. 10x better than staying in England applying for jobs which you can do with your eyes closed and still getting rejections.

    Take the plunge
    yer man, want to get the **** out of this country. This country is going down - with tories in power and all...and all the migrants due to come from eastern europe etc etc - totally ****ed up!
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