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26-09-2019

Job Seeking

Job search

Searching for job vacancies has become more convenient nowadays because recruitment advertisements can be found in newspapers, recruitment notices/vacancy boards and the Internet, which has become a popular tool for job hunting by job searchers and recruitment by employers. Templates of application letter and CV can be easily found online for reference. However, please avoid copy-and-pasting the templates! Remember to personalise your cover letter and CV to increase your chance to be interviewed.

Labour Department’s Interactive Employment Service

The Interactive Employment Service can be used to search for job vacancies of many different industries.

Government Vacancies Enquiry System

If you are interested in vacancies with the Hong Kong SAR Government, you may visit the Government Vacancies Enquiry System in the Civil Service Bureau website to check the latest job vacancies.

Joint Institution Job Information System (JIJIS)

University students can log onto JIJIS, an one-stop on-line career service for employers and university students jointly offered by the career centres of tertiary institutions in Hong Kong.

Job interview strategies

If you are granted the chance of an interview, seize the opportunity to convince the interviewers that you are the most suitable candidate for the job! Review job interview strategies before walking into the interview room, prepare answers to the most frequently asked questions, then follow up and evaluate after the interview. Details of the aforementioned steps can be found in Labour Department's Job Hunting Briefcase.

Adapt to a new job

Office is a new environment for school leavers. There are some tips for you to adapt to a new job and move up the career ladder.

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