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Searching for a job can be a time consuming process. It can also be a little disheartening if you are struggling to find positions that you want to apply for and that you have the necessary qualifications and/or experience in which to apply for.

There are a number of places where you can search for jobs and many people are choosing to do it online. If you wish to you can also register with a jobs agency who will continue searching on your behalf. It may be that they already are speaking to a company that has a vacancy coming up that would be suitable for you. If they do have one or find one they will put your details forward to the company and ask them if they wish for you to attend an interview. Agencies often do not charge people looking for permanent employment, as they normally charge the employer a finders fee instead.