Put your language skills to work

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This article was written by Global Graduates, published on 8th February 2010 and has been read 5251 times.

Here are some great recruitment agencies and job boards for you to peruse, whether you're planning ahead, procrastinating in your final year at uni or a bilingual graduate - don't lose your language skills; put them to work!

Check out the multilingual jobs available on Reed, described as 'the UK's biggest job site'. Merrow is a London-based language recruitment agency with over 40 years of experience. Language Matters is a recruitment consultant from junior to executive level. Top Language Jobs is an online specialist language recruitment portal. Can't decide if you want to work at home or abroad? Multilingual Vacancies offers a job search across the UK, Europe and worldwide so you can consider all of your options. People First Multilingual have a candidate charter, promising to keep in touch with you before and after your interview(s) for jobs from entry level to senior management level, and giving you progress reports, briefings and feedback.  They will also help you out with CV-writing, interview techniques, advice about working in the UK and have a specialist Japanese recruitment team.

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