You have decided to go on the Erasmus+ Internship, but you are afraid of the amount of filling in the documents and you find out that you still need to find a job in a country where you may have never been. It may seem complicated at first glance, but it really isn’t. We will try to give you some advice on how to find a job on Erasmus + Internship. It’s easier than you think! You just have to know where to look.
Many people underestimate the potential of LinkedIn, they just use it as social media. However, there is a lot of valuable information out there that we can use. Nonetheless, more than 70% of recruiters worldwide are looking for new candidates through LinkedIn. It can also be a great opportunity for you to find a job. To start your adventure on LinkedIn you’ll just need to complete your CV, click on the button: “Open for opportunities” and start to look for job offers. You can also check where your friends are working, ask about their opinions, maybe someone will help you find a job.
2. Indeed and Glassdoor
Indeed and Glassdoor are very popular job posting websites. They are especially helpful if you are looking for a job abroad. Indeed is an employment search engine that helps people to find a job, whereas Glassdoor is a job site and platform where current and former employees can review companies.
Erasmusintern.org is a great place to find an internship placement. New internship listings every day, lots of filtering options, and the whole site are free of charge. The site perfectly allows us to filter the search results by choosing filters such as degree, field or duration, and country.
4. Direct message to the employer
It seems to be an obvious option, but not many people choose it to find a job. In the beginning, you should, of course, choose the country, and the city you want to go to. If you know where you are going, you need to find a company that operates in your area of interest. It’s a good idea to check social media, reviews, or company websites. It is best to find a few 4-6 companies and send out a request to see if they are interested in hiring an intern. It is best to attach your resume and briefly tell about yourself.
5. Intern Network Turkey
Another option is to seek professional help from consultants. The great advantage of such a solution is the total assistance in every aspect of the job search. Experts will guide you from A to Z while looking for an internship. Our team may support you in finding accommodation, applying for a residence permit, and many other matters. This ensures that all of your documents are filled out correctly, and you can enjoy your stay in Turkey to the fullest without worrying about paperwork. You can find professional internship offers on our website.
Finding a job is never easy and fun, you need to be patient and analyze the information collected. You may find you’ve been looking for a job for a month, have sent dozens of CVs and no one replied. It is then worth checking if our CV is up-to-date or if it can change something, make it more attractive or try to surprise the employer. The most important thing is not to give up and to pursue your goal consistently.