Job-Job.co.uk Announces Importance of Skills

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Maximise Useful Skills and find Marketing Jobs With Job-Job.co.uk

Job-Job.co.uk, the recruitment search engine has today announced that searching for jobs using your existing skills and knowledge as search terms can yield vacancy results far beyond your expectations, opening the door to a wealth of possibilities.

Candidates searching for jobs often make the erroneous decision of bypassing the search function allowing them to search using their skills as a term, instead choosing to look for jobs based on title, location or salary. This means that candidates all over Britain are not maximising their skills, knowledge or experience and are potentially missing out on terrific opportunities.

The Skill Search functionality allows candidates to type into a search bar the skills they believe they excel in, allowing these skills to be used as a means of matching the perfect candidate to their ideal job.

The search bar can also be categorised using a candidates' location, simply fill in the skill and location and click search - a list of available roles is presented, each one suitable for candidates with the identified skill.

The benefits for those searching for Marketing Jobs for example are impressive, simply tap in "great communication" or "computing knowledge" and brand management jobs across the country are displayed in an easy to navigate format.

It is of no surprise to note that there is an abundance of roles available throughout Britain's capital, simply type in Brand management jobs London and search to be taken to over 450 promising roles.

Job-Job.co.uk makes job searching online simple and fast, enabling users to search for jobs by sector, title, skill set and location in order to provide a stress free means of finding a dream career.

For more information on how to make the most of well honed skills whilst searching for employment, visit http://www.job-job.co.uk.

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