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The coronavirus crisis has shaken up the world of work, and firms have an opportunity to rethink their hiring practices, Ms Stewart added.

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Companies taking lkoking more part-time staff would give them a more diverse workforce, and they would get efficiency gains from a more engaged, fot workforce, she said. Going down to having one income has meant some careful planning to pay the bills. She was made redundant last year before going on maternity leave, and was due to start a new job when the coronavirus crisis hit.

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Of those people, about six million are women. The national careers service also offers many tools.

The danger is that people who can't take on full-time positions "are going to get stuck out of work for a long time," she said. About sharing image copyrightEmma Sahota Emma Sahota, a mum of three, has found it very difficult lookig get part-time work, even with decades of experience. Sarah Peters - this is not her real name, she did not want to be identified - is a single mother of four school-age children.

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But rather than keep applying for jobs online - and hearing nothing back - Emma decided to set up her own digital marketing company, Soh Digital. To maximise your chances, one strategy is to create an appealing online profile so that recruiters and companies will approach you, while you also actively apply for jobs. But some sectors have recovered more strongly than others.

Along with the competition, one of the main problems for people looking for part-time work is that employers have not shifted recruitment practices to keep pace with the changes in working brought about by the pandemic, according to Timewise, which fog for flexible working.

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Of those people, about six million are women. Companies taking on more part-time staff would give them a more diverse workforce, and they would get efficiency gains from a more engaged, productive workforce, she said.

How do I start looking for a new job? By contrast, the rate of catering and hospitality vacancies is down by three quarters on the same time last year.

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The lack of advertised flexible and part-time positions is disproportionately hitting women, carers, the elderly, and the low-paid in sectors such as hospitality and retail, Ms Stewart said. Timewise looked at more than six million job vacancies between December and Octoberand found that despite there being a huge change in the way that many people work, about four out of five job vacancies make no mention of flexible working options.

However there are still temporary seasonal vacancies at many supermarkets and retailers for work this Christmas. Going down to having one income has meant some careful planning to pay the bills. Ottawa private escorts backpage as the months wore on, every time she lined up a role, the opportunities would fold or be postponed.

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And advertised part-time roles aren't keeping pace with the flexible way people want to work, research suggests. About sharing image copyrightEmma Sahota Emma Sahota, a mum of three, has found it very difficult to get part-time work, even with decades of experience. Many other peple, such as Codeacademy and Coursera, offer online coding tutorials, some of which are free.

These include a skills assessment, a search tool for courses, and help with CVs.

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With employers cutting hundreds of thousands of jobs due to the pandemic, competition for work is fierce. From Aprilthe government is offering almost different free coursesworth the equivalent of an A-level qualification in subjects such as ancy, engineering and business studies.

But rather than keep applying for jobs online - and hearing nothing back - Emma decided to set up her own digital marketing company, Soh Digital. Which sectors are hiring?

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She says she's now using her experience and contacts to pick up work that can be done when it suits her. Many universities and other institutions are also currently offering free short courses.

These could be online retail companies like Amazon, which is recruiting for 7, UK jobs by the end of - or tech companies working in education or healthcare. After her new job didn't materialise in March, Emma initially felt "very positive" about finding more work, due to her experience in the corporate world of digital marketing.

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Timewise looked at more than six million job vacancies between December and October fro, and found that despite there being a huge change in the way that many people work, about four out of five job vacancies make no mention of flexible working options. The danger is that people who can't take on full-time positions "are going to get stuck out of work for a long time," she said.

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The total of people in employment dropped by about half a million from the three months before the crisis to the three months to September, according to the Office for National Statistics. With employers cutting hundreds of thousands of jobs due to the pandemic, competition for work is fierce. Jobseekers should be ''strategic'' and target sectors experiencing job shortages as well as those that are growing, says Gerwyn Davies, analyst at human resources body the CIPD.