Good ways of finding work in London?

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IzzyApple
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Posted: Thursday the 3rd September 2009 at 16:30


Good ways of finding work in London?


Hi there, I was hoping to hear everyone's thoughts on the best ways of finding work in London (quickly!) as I have a friend who has just finished her Law degree and is now looking into her options for any type of work to fill the time and pay the bills!

Any ideas would be appreciated...

Thanks

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krunchie frog
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Posted: Thursday the 3rd September 2009 at 16:42


Good luck.

The only way I can think of is magic. Afraid your friend is in the same boat as thousands of other Londoners including a large number of people I know.


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109international
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Posted: Thursday the 3rd September 2009 at 20:26


Has your friend considered network marketing? Network marketing has been confused with pyramid schemes amongst others; however it is a legitimate and potentially very profitable form of sales and marketing. It is still one of the fastest growing industries and can provide, very quickly, a long term sustainable source of income.
It is simply another type of distribution channel, you sell the products direct and earn, you encourage others to join your network and help them sell the products, you earn, they earn. It is a Win Win situation.
You can work in our own time, we do not carry large overheads and we do not carry large amounts of stock or have staffing issues. Our job is purely to sell – move the product – the more you sell the more you earn.
Give me a call or email and I can tell you more.


krunchie frog
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Posted: Thursday the 3rd September 2009 at 21:06


That certainly sounds like pyramid selling...


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The Totton Linnet
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Posted: Sunday the 6th September 2009 at 16:49



When she's washing pots tell her she will spend a fortune in Nivvy


krunchie frog
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Posted: Sunday the 6th September 2009 at 17:14


lol what?


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Fisher
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Posted: Sunday the 6th September 2009 at 18:07


More and more people using Facebook for job hunting, I think is the new trend. Only remember don't put the picture of you drunk at party over the weekend:

According to recent study:

''45% employers (US) research the online profiles of job candidates on social networks such as Facebook, MySpace or LinkedIn''









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