What is the role of London employment agencies for getting a right job?

I am a father of 20 years old son who is about to complete his graduation and from now I am very worried about his future. Can anyone tell me what type of role a recruitment agency can play in order to find a job according to academic qualifications?
Asked Aug 29, 2012
There are many IT job agencies in London. There are different agencies working in different sectors. For a particular job type you have to go to a particular agency. To find a good recruitment agency there are some points :

• The agency should be ISO certified.
• How many candidates got placed by that agency.
• Since how many years it is working in that field.
• Check the Reviews and Feedback of that Agency.

I also got placed through a Recruitment Agency. I suggest you to go for that http://www.xist4.com/Employers/London-Recruitment.aspx
Answered Dec 25, 2012
Edited Dec 25, 2012
Yes, there are several recruitment agencies in London that are also identified as the employment agencies,as they provide people with suitable exposures in the various job sectors. An individual must look out for a genuine employment agency, that will act as a key building factor for almost any career related growth.
https://www.7hrconsultancy.uk/ is one of the ISO certified employment agency, that helps people to get suitable job opportunities in the different industries and companies across London and PAN UK.
Being one of the Top Recruitment Agency in UK, they provide some quality set of services including-
1. https://www.7hrconsultancy.uk/services/international-recruitment-agency-london-uk.php
2. https://www.7hrconsultancy.uk/services/campus-placement-recruitment-agency-london-uk.php
3. https://www.7hrconsultancy.uk/services/internship-hr-firm-consultant-london-uk.php
They can be contact by the following details- https://www.7hrconsultancy.uk/contact-us-london-uk.php

Answered Mar 22, 2022

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