Looking for a job? Well, you've come to the right place. Careers Portal advertises many different vacancies every day. You can also click here for more job vacancies.

The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has stated that around 40% of the more than one million job opportunities created through the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) during the past financial year have gone to the youth.

With FNB, you can be part of a company that offers you a career, not just a job. With a wide range of employment options and business areas to choose from, you are bound to find a perfect fit.

Most people believe that a matric certificate is the only way to get a decent job in South Africa, but there are plenty of other options. One of the alternatives is to get an internship or complete a voluntary project while you study. 

Some people believe that students without a matric certificate have no option but to intern for a year or two before they can get a job. This is not true. Students who do not have their matric certificate can still get jobs without one.

As a college student, or even as a high school student who is getting ready to go to college, you might want to consider what career path you'd like to head down. In order to help with your decision-making process, it's important that you take some time to research various jobs. The more you know about different professions and careers, the better you can decide what will be best for you.

As you consider your dream career, you might be overwhelmed by the amount of information about different industries and careers that is available. From magazines to newspapers and career websites, it can seem overwhelming to find the information you need and put it all together to make sense of it. Fortunately, there are many resources available that can help you research a career path effectively.

The word “career” and the word “job” are often used interchangeably, but they should never be. The difference between a job and a career is that your job may not be fulfilling, but it still enables you to earn enough money to support yourself. A career, on the other hand, will allow you to do what comes naturally and enjoy your work.

Essay-worthy material. You can’t get a job without experience, and you can’t get experience without a job . . . but don’t let that get you down! Show off your quality education, relevant internships, soft and hard skills, and projects to help snag a killer job.

The Western Cape Department of Human Settlements has began a recruitment drive to create short to medium term job opportunities and so far the drive is proving to be successful having secured employment for many individuals. 

The transition from high school to college life can be quite a shock. The workload, the assignments and the freedom.

If you are one of those first year college students who had an easy time in the first semester, then you must have a good sense of responsibility. You have mastered the art of balancing your time between classes, homework and extracurricular activities. You may not be aware of it, but balancing your time is a skill that takes time to perfect.

As you continue through college, don't forget to network with others who might be able to assist you as you seek employment after graduation. Networking is an essential part of finding a job, so talk with professors, classmates and professionals in government whenever possible.

College is a time for expanding your knowledge and gaining experience in many areas. During this time you will have the opportunity to explore many different interests and career paths. It's important to take advantage of all the opportunities you can, including internships, job shadowing, volunteering and establishing relationships with professionals in your field.

Although there has been plenty of evidence to suggest the job market in South Africa is stretched thin. Large companies such as South African Breweries (SAB) are still availing vacancies and here is how you can apply. 

The Groote Schuur Hospital Trust is looking for a young talented individual to join their team. If you've got experience in administration and digital marketing, love taking initiative and are driven by a passion for growing organisations, Apply now to start your career.

Whether you are in a rut or just looking for a job that is different from the norm, there are many interesting careers to pursue. As you evaluate different careers, it is important to consider your interests, values and skills.

You might assume that your dream job is one where you follow your passion. But if your current job is one where you do follow your passion, does that mean it is your dream job? Maybe not. For example, someone who has a passion for music might not have a job in music but they love their day jobs - teachers, doctors or software engineers etc. - because they feel they are doing something they love.

Finding your dream job might seem like an easy prospect, but more people than ever are struggling to do so.

Job seeking is a part of life for many people, but it can be very stressful. What do you need to know to find a job? The first thing to do is to develop a game plan.

When you're young and inexperienced, it can seem impossible to break into the working world. But, in fact, even if you are new to the job market, there are ways for you to find meaningful employment.

SANParks has a long and complex history that spans over more than a century. If you want to join this team of nature lovers and feel that their values are aligned with yours, here’s how can apply for a job with them.

Are you contemplating whether of not you should apply for a job because of your lack of experience, then continue reading. It can be difficult to find work without having much professional experience and it's even harder when your skills are in demand but not yet readily available for employers.