Knowing where to look for opportunities is crucial to an effective job search. Here, we outline ways to find jobs and opportunities. We also provide links to information on the graduate labour market. And we share tips for building a professional online network.
Lots of employers advertise their vacancies but there are many other ways to find a job. Using a variety of methods gives you the best chance to secure the job you want.
If you're an autistic student or graduate, there's a short employability course made with and for autistic people. It has been developed by a team of experts, including autistic graduates, autistic workplace mentors, non-autistic university careers consultants, and non-autistic researchers.
MyCareerHub Strathclyde is the Careers Service vacancy portal.
Students: Login with DS username and password.
Find out more about the Graduate Labour Market to determine which sectors and employers are currently offering graduate jobs
The Scottish Graduate Fair is Scotland's largest graduate recruitment event, held in October each year
Have you ever wanted to better understand what potential employers are doing to protect the planet, to look after their employees and to become more diverse, equal and inclusive? Windō is a free resource for students and graduates to quickly access, and easily digest, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plans and progress of the UK’s largest organisations and graduate employers. Windō enables you to browse profiles and compare data of potential employers.