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Finding the right job can be tricky.

With so many things to consider it can be an overwhelming experience, so we’ve put together some resources that’ll help you take that step. Explore these resources for tips on applying and interviewing, organisations that can offer personalised support, and websites to help you find the kinds of jobs you might find interesting and opportunities in your area.

Get started with these helpful articles:

10 tips for finding an LGBTQ-inclusive employer (Easy Read Version)

LGBTQ+ Staff Network Groups – what are they and why are they important? (Easy Read Version)

Please be aware that links are provided for signposting purposes. Stonewall is not affiliated with listed organisations or responsible for the content of external websites.

Stonewall Proud Employers

Every job advertised on this website is proudly LGBTQ+ inclusive. Find jobs near you using the search tool.

Youth Employment UK, Opportunities Finder

Search for jobs, work experience and training opportunities, all by employers who are committed to helping young people gain experience and supporting them all along the way.

Youth Employment UK also has great tips and advice on their website on how to negotiate a job offer, how to ask for a pay rise, understanding your payslip, and zero hours contracts.


If you’re a disabled young person looking for work, Scope can support you on your journey and give advice and resources according to your unique strengths and challenges.


A website created by young people, for young people! Find resources, tips and opportunities, and hear from young influencers about their own journeys into work and how they overcame their challenges. There are also some great tips on job applications, CVs and interviews!

The Prince’s Trust, build your confidence and get a job

Sign-up to a Prince’s Trust programme to develop your skills and boost your confidence. You can also get to know an industry and gain experience with access to free courses.  

The Prince’s Trust, support for starting a business

The Prince’s Trust has helped over 86,000 young people to start their own business – and you could be next. If you’re aged 18-30, take a look at the free enterprise resources and sign-up for support.  

Barnardo’s Employment, Training and Skills

Barnardo’s offers a range of pre-vocational and vocational courses including Apprenticeships through its delivery sites across England and Scotland. All courses are individually tailored to the needs of the individual and offer additional personal support to enable every young person to reach their full potential.

Young Women’s Trust

Young Women’s Trust offers support to young women aged 18 to 30, who are living on low or no pay and want to build a better future. The service welcomes all young women, including trans women. If you identify as non-binary and are comfortable being supported by a women’s service, they are happy to help you. You can get free 1:1 coaching over the phone and personalised feedback on CVs, cover letters or job applications on their website.

Talent Rise

If you’ve been struggling, Talent RISE can help you on your journey into work. Reach out to Talent RISE and you can get support with your CV, interviews, mentoring and coaching, as well as access to job, apprenticeship and work experience opportunities.

Aviva x Stonewall Young Futures

Head to this page to discover career options from our corporate partner, Aviva. Hear from employees at Aviva about what it's like to be LGBTQ+ in the workplace and how the Pride staff network supports everyone.


Finding a job is challenging, but Working Wales is here to help.

Our advisers understand that you are unique. Whatever is stopping you getting a job, discussing your career ideas, accessing apprenticeships or training courses, we know that you need advice and guidance that is specific to you.

Because we all have our own story ...

Perhaps you’re worried that a health problem or disability could hold you back...

Or you have been out of work for some time and need help with your confidence and getting the right skills...

It might even be that you simply don’t know where to start or what to do next.

The Young Person’s Guarantee provides under 25’s in Wales with the offer of support to gain a place in education or training, find a job or become self-employed.

Whether you need advice on getting onto the right college course, finding an apprenticeship, support with writing a CV or starting your own business, the Guarantee can provide the helping hand you need to start or change your story.

Get in touch with Working Wales and change your story.

Working Wales is delivered by Careers Wales and funded by the Welsh Government and the European Social Fund.

Northern Ireland

Labour Relations Agency

There’s lots to think about if you’re starting a new job. If you live in Northern Ireland, the Labour Relations Agency provides a free, impartial and confidential employment relations service. Find information on starting out, workplace policies, hours and pay, and holidays and leave.

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