Chopsticks Club 俱乐部专门为中英职场人士而设，成员可以通过定期举办的交流活动获取大量求职资源信息。俱乐部不仅提供课程培训，还定期举办招聘会、帮助中国求职者在英国找到满意的工作。总之，从这里开始不会错的！
并非所有招聘资源都能在网上找到，你还可以在现实生活中通过各种渠道与未来雇主取得联系。招聘会就是一个能和单位面对面交流的好平台。Career Interactive 在每年春天都会举办专门为留学生而设的大型招聘会，而且是免费入场哦！
The U.K. has become an incredibly popular place to study, work and live in the last few decades. But, finding employment can be daunting, especially when you're applying from abroad. Where should you begin? Luckily, there are numerous resources at hand, both online and offline. Having lived and worked in the UK in the past, here are my favorite tips and resources to help you with your UK job search.
It’s reassuring to remember that while you are searching for a job, job recruiters are also searching for people like you to fill positions at their companies. The internet is a great resource for helping you to connect with potential employers. LinkedIn is the largest and most well known online platform for professionals to connect. The powerful social media tool helps you contact past and current colleagues, search for new jobs, discover business opportunities, and network with people in new industries. If you don't already have a profile, you should set one up ASAP. If you do have a profile, check out our favorite tips on how to optimize it.
Another online platform to help you find employment in the UK is Monster. You can upload your CV, designate keywords that are linked to your profile, and search through thousands of job ads. The best part? Your information will be logged into the Monster database, so recruiters and employers can find you, too.
Last, but not least, is the independent UK-China professionals’ network called the Chopsticks Club. The Chopsticks Club is a professional network that provides resources for its members while connecting professionals from the UK and China. Along with classes, recruitment fairs, and business services, they also offer services to help job seekers from China find jobs in the UK. This is a great place to start!
Job Fairs and Alumni Networks
Not all job search resources are online. There are many ways to connect with potential employers in real life as well. Job fairs are an excellent place to meet recruiters face to face and network with people in your industry. Career Interactive hosts an annual job fair in the spring for specially designed for international students — and attendance is free!
Another offline resource to help your job search is your university alumni networks. Fellow alumni are likely already working in the UK and are a great resource for networking and potential job vacancies.
Another option is to apply for a graduate scheme program offered by large organizations. These highly competitive programs are run by UK employers to help graduates gain the appropriate skill sets to work in different departments within the company. Sounds like a win-win! Even if there are no open graduate schemes available, send out your CV and a Cover Letters to different employers
Regardless of the avenues you take to land your job in the UK, it is always useful to seek assistance to help you prepare for the search. Just remember: The peer guides at Benku8 are here to help guide you through every step of the way!