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We all know our local job centres are one of the first places to start when on the job hunt, but where else can you look to find postgraduate student jobs that offer the flexibility needed to work around your study schedule?
Student Beans - All the latest part time jobs across the country specifically selected with students in mind. From weekend jobs, to summer jobs, to internships, this list is regularly updated and is an essential resource not to be missed.
Student Gems - Student Gems is the perfect place for postgraduate students to find freelance jobs and temporary placements throughout the UK. Whether it's getting paid to research on Google or lending a helping hand at a nearby product launch, there are a whole host of non-traditional job offers just waiting to be snapped up!
Student Job - The biggest online student job portal in Europe. Specialising in jobs for students only, Student Job helps postgraduate students find their preference work all year round. With over 250 vacancies available throughout the UK and abroad, you're sure to find something that suits you.
LinkedIn - Although not exclusively a job site, LinkedIn is an incredible resource when in the market for work. Use their designated student job search function to find potential opportunities and start applying today.
Just Jobs 4 Students - Just Jobs 4 Students specialises in finding part time and seasonal work for those interested in the leisure, sport, healthcare, tourism, hospitality and charity industry.
The Student Job - Need a job that's nearby? By harnessing the power of social media, The Student Job will help you land a job easy. Sign up, connect with local businesses, and sit back whilst you wait for the offers to flood in.
Employment 4 Students - It might not look as flashy as some of the other sites, but E4S is one of the UK's most visited student job sites. A quick search will reveal a plethora of work opportunities from holiday and part time to gap year and internships.
Job hunting can seem overwhelming at first, but try not to let it get on top of you. The trick is to stick at it! Even when it feels like you couldn't possibly submit one more application, keep going. Tailor your cover letter for each individual position and apply for as many jobs as you can. Before you know it someone will bite and you will be bringing home your first pay cheque.
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