A new recruitment app, which is aiming to match up jobseekers with vacancies, much like Match.com matches up singles, has launched for the iPhone in Europe and the US.
5 tips that might help you land a new job on Twitter.
The JobCentrePlus app allows job seekers to search and locate relevant jobs from the Government’s job centre database.
MoneyMagpie have published a fantastic list of 50 ways to get a job, which is well worth a read if you’re currently unemployed or are looking for a change in your present job.
This should act as a lesson to you if you’re a fan of posting every rant or drunken rambling on whatever the trendy social media site of the day is
I’m a little late linking to this interesting post over at Monevator which discusses what your salary is really worth to you. In order to work out what it is worth to you, they suggest you look at your salary in relation to how much you’d have to earn as a passive income.
Following on from yesterday’s announcement of 2,100 job losses worldwide, of which it now appears that 500 will be in the U.K., Barclays has announced another 2,100 job cuts, this time in its retail and commercial banking divisions, all of which will be from the U.K..
It looks like Barclays is planning at least 2,100 job cuts worldwide, equating to 7% of its workforce.
The details are a little sketchy at the moment, so it’s unclear how many of these jobs will go from the U.K., but these job losses join the 400 redundancies announced by Barclays a couple of weeks ago.
More depressing news on the job front, with JCB and Wedgwood confirming many job losses, and more redundancies likely at Wincanton and Land of Leather.
More bad news on the job front today, as Nissan has announced it is getting rid of 1,200 jobs from its Sunderland factory, and Zavvi shuts 22 of its stores with immediate effect.