Whilst the signs of coming problems in your firm may have been visible for some time, the fact of being made jobless can be an extremely unpleasant one to face, and often comes as a shock! At first, there are things to do that help to occupy the day and the mind.
The need to "sign on" by whichever means is available in your area. To get proper information about jobs, you can search for Inverness JobCentre Plus and Jobs in Inverness. You can then look into your situation about receiving money from the Job Seekers Allowance system.
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There is an enormous amount of information on the internet now, just as you would expect. The government official site is very easy to use, and even includes a page where you can enter the details, or type of job that you might consider together, with your postal code, plus the distance you are prepared to travel.
A new page then opens showing the relevant jobs posted as being available, according to the criteria you have entered. Naturally, the more traditional means of looking at the advertisements for jobs available in the local and national press are still pertinent. You might want to consider buying a local paper from the surrounding areas, especially if you live in a large town or city.
Then there is the expectant activity of updating your C.V., and writing to potential employers both those who are currently advertising and others with whom you may have had contact in the past. Some of these applications, or supplications, can perhaps nowadays be done by e-mails, or the like.