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Jobs in South Africa Now: Best Tips To Find Work

KeepClimbing Tips to Look for Jobs in South Africa

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Our high rate of unemployment means you must compete hard for jobs in South Africa. So remember that for every job available, you will always have to compete with other job-seekers. KeepClimbing posts information that will help you to:

  1. Find a job,
  2. Write a CV,
  3. Understand the latest recruitment screening technology
  4. prepare you for the interview.

Tip: Jobs in South Africa Are Advertised on Job boards

Jobs are advertised on different company websites, job boards, and also by national government departments.

What is a Job Board?

A job board is a website where employers post job openings and people look for jobs. Examples include Indeed, LinkedIn, and Glassdoor. You can search for jobs by location, industry, or job title. It helps connect employers with potential employees.

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Skills in Demand for Jobs in South Africa

Job seekers should spot skill shortages to target in-demand jobs. Understanding shortages helps you train for jobs with better prospects, increasing employability and earning potential.

Tips to Look for Learnerships in South Africa

Many organizations and government departments offer learnerships and internships which are advertised on the same pages as the vacancies.

Read about learnership results and why you should consider them if you are young and unemployed: How Do Learnerships Help Unemployed Youth Now?

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Find Learnerships and Internships

Linking young people to opportunities and jobs in South Africa

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Career Development Services Tip

The Department of Higher Education and Training currently runs a Career Development Services Centre to assist learners with career advice.

SMS or “Please Call Me”: 072 204 5056
Telephone: 086 999 0123
National Career Advice Portal:
Walk-in Centre: 123 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria

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