Hi, I qualified as a primary school teacher in Lincolnshire in July 2015. It is coming up to a year now and I am still yet to find my first teaching post. My interest, and degree specialism, is in the early years and that is where I want to teach. I've applied for teaching jobs, teaching assistant jobs, nursery leader and assistant roles. So far I have had one school interview that didn't go well and that is all. I'm looking every few days on the county vacancies site, have vistied every school/ nursery applied for and tailored each application accordingly. I gained a good degree and have had fantastic placements with good grades. However, after such a difficult and stressful year job hunting I'm beginning to lose hope. Am I doing something wrong? Have I chosen a bad area of the country for EYFS jobs? (Most I see are KS2 posts.) I'm at such a loss as what to do. I've begun looking into doing an Early Years PGCE, which qualifications wise is not necessary but I feel the extra year of training and more experience with younger years (0 - 3) may help boost my chances. I also have thought about supply work but have no idea where to start with that as it was never discussed at university. I don't drive but have a partner willing to drive me up to 30 mins away from home. Would that make supply work difficult? I'm sorry for the long post but I am one of the few people from my degree not in teaching and I have begun feeling humiliated by my failure to secure a post whilst they have almost completed their NQT year. Any support or advice would be greatly appreciated as I am rapidly losing confidence in my ability to teach!