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RedDahlia Wed 24-May-17 14:23:18

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emilycrosby Thu 25-May-17 15:23:01

While not a recruitment agency, I used dywaj when I was trying to get back to work after having my son, Noah (3). It was quick and easy to upload my CV and I ended up finding a job out of it! smile Good luck!

RedDahlia Thu 25-May-17 16:37:25

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FinallyHere Thu 25-May-17 17:00:32

Do you have a linked-in profile? This is a sure fire way to generate interest from agents.

Another way to identify agents in your specific sector, is to have a look at the agents who your linked in contacts are already linked to. Not an absolutely fool proof way to identify the right ones, but a lot better than google. If everyone you know in your sector is linked to the same agent, they would be worth a try at least. All the best.

SherryBevan Thu 25-May-17 18:24:41

Are you looking for full-time or part-time? Or freelance work? I've got a list of recruitment agencies on my blog that specialise in part-time/flexible working which might help.


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