How to get Saturday jobs in London

The retail sector is one of the best places to start looking for Saturday jobs in London. The city is full of national retail outlets, high street shops and independent boutiques. Oxford Street is regarded as the busiest shopping street in Europe.

Other lively retail areas in London include Regent Street, Covent Garden, Bond Street, Piccadilly, Carnaby Street and King's Road. These are home to some major department stores from Harrods to Harvey Nichols, Selfridges to Liberty, stocking everything from clothes to homeware.

There is over 90 major street markets in the city. These sell clothes, food, flowers, crafts, antiques and much more. They are very popular with weekend shoppers and bargain hunters and are an excellent place to look for Saturday jobs.

Job seekers can submit CVs speculatively to stores and shops. Alternatively you can call in personally to enquire about vacancies. Many jobsites specialising in the retail industry such as discoverretail.co.uk, inretail.co.uk, and detail2retail.com advertise part time positions.

Tourism is another major supplier of part time jobs in the city. The city is full of tourist attractions including museums, galleries, famous buildings and entertainment venues.

To cater for such a large influx of visitors there are thousands of restaurants, bars, nite clubs, hotels, cafes and guest houses. These can be very busy at weekends and often require extra staff.

Jobseekers can find Saturday jobs in London advertised on sites such as cater.com, 1st4jobsinlondon.co.uk and justlondonjobs.co.uk. Candidates should also check out newspapers, job centres, shop windows and local recruitment agencies.


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