Jobs Available At The Job Centre NI

Welcome to our website the Jobcentre NI. We have opportunities available for the unemployed that are immediate start and require NO previous experience.

You have now heard the slogan “Northern Ireland Our Place Our Time” by now, which is all fantastic and well and good but the job doom and gloom is still present so how can we truly enjoy ourselves when we are worrying about the bills never mind going out and exploring our beautiful country.

The island of Ireland has really took on a whole new lease of life and done so as its been invigorated by talented ambassadors for the country, big events and investment and is ready for the years 2012 and 2013.

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But the unemployment is still a high priority issue that is unfortunately taking a long time to come to fruition but there is another way. Becoming self employed and taking advantage of the inspiration this country has to offer and by changing your life in 2012 – 2013 is such an exciting opportunity not to be missed.

No more NI online job search or searching for jobs and benefit offices!

I am self employed with a home shopping company you might know and have been for 7 years it is solely my source of income. Unfortunately I can’t mention the name but research me and you will find it out. But this company has been around for over 86 years and has a nice shiny catalogue the company is also well known for it’s household products and customer service.

We are currently seeking to share this business with as many people as possible to help provide them with jobs and income and truly make 2013 a very special year not to mention the fact that you will also be self employed and experience a array of new things.job centre ni jobs

The start up fee is very little and we offer a range of different packages to suit your pocket and need, it is a simple business and requires no hard sell all you need to do is post the catalogues through peoples doors and collect in a few days, you then deliver the goods and get paid. It really is straight forward and the hardest part is the determination and motivation.

But let 2013 be your year and take the opportunity to change your life and help beat the recession because things are not going to get better any time soon and with more and more people losing their jobs things are going to be even more tighter.

Request your free information and let 2013 really be a memorable year with no more searching at the jobcentre ni and no more filling application forms.

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