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Mental Health UK partners with Jooble to help job seekers feel supported with their mental health
This April, we’re delighted to have partnered with the job search engine Jooble, whose single goal is to help people find the job of their dreams regardless of their place of residence, language, religion, skin colour or beliefs.
Jooble shares job postings from more than 12,995 different job sites throughout the UK, focusing on the vacancies that are most relevant to people’s search terms to save time and energy during the job hunt. Looking for a new job can be quite demanding on our wellbeing, which is why it’s vital to have access to tools that facilitate the process.
For those who have been affected by a reduction in income or a job loss during the crisis, it’s worth taking a look at Jooble’s Job Search COVID-19 page, which is dedicated to finding people positions that help maintain their wellbeing and support the country’s economy during the pandemic. Lockdowns have posed hardship on everyone, and thousands of people have lost their jobs. But Jooble’s ethos to look at the other side of the coin has seen them embrace the challenges that coronavirus has brought – by listing popular tradesmen roles they’re helping to meet the increase in demand for these positions and honour new labour market rules that have been established due to the crisis.
Thanks to our partnership with Jooble, people searching for all sorts of jobs in the UK – from part-time to remote or jobs in the mental health sector – will see a visual snapshot of what Mental Health UK is all about and how we can support. Jooble’s users will have direct access to our website where they can seek help, find advice and information and help make sure that everyone affected by poor mental health has the tools they need to live their best possible lives.
If you’d like to search for a job, visit Jooble UK.
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Just £10 could help pay for a call to our advice and information line, supporting someone living with mental illness who may be feeling in distress during this time.