Welcome to Career Advice Online
Career Advice Online provides essential information on all aspects of your career search.
The site has six sections, each relating to a different aspect of career advice – click on your area of interest. You can also check out new articles in our Featured Articles section. Have a look at the latest article, Interview tips for people with hearing loss. There is also a Resources section that provides links to other useful information and services.
Are you in a job but fancy a career change? Or maybe you’re looking for your first job and need some help coming up with ideas. Use this section as the starting point in the journey towards your ideal job.
Browse through information on all kinds of jobs. We’ve split our information into job families, so it’s easier to find what you’re interested in. If you’re not sure about what sort of job to go for, try looking at our section on choosing a career.
Here you’ll find helpful information on the whole process of finding a job. There are tips on things like online job searches and how to get the best out of recruitment agencies. You can also read about organisations, like Jobcentre Plus and nextstep, which support and advise job seekers.
Need help with writing a CV? Here’s a good place to start. You’ll find information on types of CV and some tips on what makes a good CV. There are also articles on how to write covering letters and fill in application forms.
Once you’ve chosen a career, found the job you want and created your perfect CV, the next step is to get an interview! Career Advice Online gives you interview advice for a variety of situations, with example interview questions and tips.
Graduates are entering an increasingly competitive job market – how will you get the edge? To help you, we’ve created a section with specialist career advice on graduate employment.
Using the tools, information and links to other resources on this site you should be able to build up a picture of your ideal career, be in a position to find suitable employment opportunities on that career path and, finally, create a successful application.