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What is different about looking for jobs today in Chelmsford compared to 10 years ago

What is different about looking for jobs today in Chelmsford compared to 10 years ago

This information page deals with the ever changing employment field and is designed to help people that are searching for jobs today and also for people who are looking to possibly make a career change in the not too distant future.



As anyone who watched the recruitment market will no doubt have noticed, jobs today are much more likely to be on a contract or temporary basis. Naturally this can be somewhat off-putting to anyone who has mostly been employed on a permanent basis before, however in reality this is nothing to be afraid of.


Jobs aren’t always for life nowadays



Jobs today alas just aren’t usually ‘for life’ anymore and thus even if you’re employed on a permanent basis there is no cast iron guarantee that your job will be permanent.


We suggest that a great way to look at jobs today is that even if the contract type being offered by the company isn’t exactly what you might have wanted in an ideal world – is to consider a temporary or contract position to be a really good opportunity to ‘get your foot in the door’ and also to ‘check out’ the employer to see how much you enjoy working there before you decide to stay with that company for a long time to them.


Chelmsford has some great opportunities



We very much hope that by regularly visiting AllChelmsfordJobs we can help you to find the very best jobs today, Chelmsford has some great opportunities to be found and AllChelmsfordJobs wish you the very best of luck with your job hunting.



Careers Advice

We work with experts in and around our local area to provide useful information relating to careers advice - we hope you will find these articles to be helpful


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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 5 - Finding a New Job

Once your redundancy is dealt with and any retraining has been undertaken you will probably need to find a new job. This can seem daunting, particularly if you have not had to look for a new

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Redundancy - Advice for Employers and Businesses

When we hear the word 'redundancy' it is natural to think of the impact that it will have on the person being made redundant with out regard for the difficulties inflicted upon the employer

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 2 - Financial Advice

Do you know the tax implications of receiving a redundancy package and how to avoid paying unnecessary tax? If you are going to find yourself struggling financially do you know how to lessen

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 1 - Knowing Your Rights

Do you know what redundancy package you are likely to receive? Do you know what the government stipulated minimum package is? As well as detailing the legal and financial aspects we will

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 3 - Psychological Impact

Do you feel like you’ve lost your identity and can’t stop feeling negative? It is not only the practicalities of redundancy that need to be addressed. Redundancy can also have a massive

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Top 10 things not to do in a job interview

We've been asking local employers for tips on what to do in an interview – and, of course, what not to do! Here are our top 10 not to do in that all-important job interview.

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 4 - Retraining and Development

Have you thought about a new career or improving upon the skills you currently have? In this article we will offers tips and advice on increasing your 'employability' through courses and

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10 Steps to Creating Career Opportunities

It's too easy to start looking in the job section of the paper and applying for everything that has an attractive salary, car or any other perks, before falling into this trap, be really

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Chelmsford Employment & Business News

When attending interviews it's always good to be up to date with what's happening in the local business and employment sector - we hope you'll find these selected news articles interesting


Part time Jobs in townname

It can be difficult to get a job that fits around your life commitments. We know that 9 to 5 from Monday to Friday will not be suitable everyone. In fact, statistics demonstrate that the number of people working over 45 hours a week is in decline. It is common for people to desire hours which fit around personal factors including childcare. If you’re seeking a part time job in townname what are some usual sectors to find flexible hours and how can sitename assist you in finding a part time job in townname? Common Part Time Jobs in Townname Part time jobs in townname are available in all sectors but experience has shown that certain sectors often display a greater number of flexible positions than others, especially when you want a part time job with little experience needed. Here are some sectors that we recommend you make your first port of call: Customer Services It is not unusual for businesses to need flexible ..read more

Nursing jobs in Chelmsford

Nursing and care is one of the principle industries in Chelmsford with a number of hospitals and lots care homes and care establishments in this area. All of these organisations need staffing but how can you go about searching ..read more

What not to do in your Chelmsford job interview

As well as preparing for what you should do when attending a job interview, whether it's a part time job in Chelmsford or that perfect next step on the career ladder, it is just ..read more

Top 4 questions asked at job interviews for Chelmsford job seekers

1. Describe your strengths It is almost guaranteed that on most Chelmsford job interviews you will be asked what you think your strong points are (and sometimes what you think your weaknesses / ..read more

Interview Tips to help you get that perfect job in Chelmsford

AllChelmsfordJobs is custom made to help people find jobs in Chelmsford or to find jobs near Chelmsford. With the recruitment market now more competitive than ..read more