This is a NOT a professional advice. It based on my personal experience only and resources that I read on the internet. It will contain many grammar mistakes. Please drink double espresso and energy drink as an article is long and boring.
I LOOKING FOR …
Describe what you would like to do and write it down.
- List of languages and technologies that you want to use in the new job.
- Consider other important things like minimum salary ( do research about salary depends on your experience/location and be REALISTIC about it!), maximum commute distance, work hours, perks and so on.
- Prioritize your search criteria by importance ( for example salary, annual leave, commute time, tech stack, work culture and so on) and where the trade-off is possible and where not.
WHERE TO LOOK?
There are few ways to look for a job these days:
- Friends (best option)
- Companies website (especially, your dream companies)
- LinkedIn is a great source for gathering information about company and possibility to find which company recruiting at the moment.
- Job hunting Website ( only if the job is advertised by the company but not the recruitment agency.
- Jobcentre Plus in theory (in the UK) are quite useless for professional jobs but It can be a good place free advice.