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    As a graduate, looking for work within the media (Journalism, PR) and finding it hard as you might be able to imagine.

    Browsing job websites such as Monster, would it be worth to registering and putting on a CV in the hope of someone taking a liking to it? Never done it before so do the majority of people find work or is it a slow process?

    Are there any good websites which publish jobs specifically within the media?

    Any advice etc, be hugely appreciated.

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    (Original post by Aky786UK)
    As a graduate, looking for work within the media (Journalism, PR) and finding it hard as you might be able to imagine.

    Browsing job websites such as Monster, would it be worth to registering and putting on a CV in the hope of someone taking a liking to it? Never done it before so do the majority of people find work or is it a slow process?

    Are there any good websites which publish jobs specifically within the media?

    Any advice etc, be hugely appreciated.

    Cheers


    Gumtree can be really good or really bad.
    Worth a look though as it lists them in categories and depending on where you live there are ones about the Media and Arts I think
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    If you look at the Part-time and Temporary Employment sub-forum, they have a good thread on job websites.
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    I put this in another thread, but I think Gumtree can be quite good. I know 2 people who got a job through that and 3 who got one on graduate-jobs.com
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    http://www.milkround.com maybe?
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    hundreds of out there the ones i use are reed, monster, jobs 7/24 (browses all of them)...
 
 
 
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