Look out for job vacancies posted by employers on Twitter or Facebook. LinkedIn invites you to share your employment and education profile with professionals who may contact you about job opportunities - register with LinkedIn.
Help with travel to interviews
Get free train tickets for travelling to job interviews with Abellio Greater Anglia's 'Job Track' scheme.
If you're looking for your first job after finishing education or have been out of work for more than 6 months, you could receive free train travel to job interviews.
Speak to relatives who may know of vacancies in their place of work.
Read local newspapers for news of any companies or organisations who are expanding or are offering job opportunities.
Visit or contact employers by sending in a covering letter and a copy of your CV asking whether they have any vacancies or anticipate any in the future.
Visit local shops (e.g. newsagents, village shop, or coffee shop) and ask if there are any vacancies.
If you're 16-24 and live in the Ipswich area, you can also visit the MyGo centre in Ipswich for advice and support in searching for jobs. MyGo is an employment centre just for young people, and can provide training and workshops on things like CVs and interviews, as well as general advice on careers.