It's not really worth putting on your CV. By the time you have your degree, you'll be looking at chartered status and relevant work experience. Bar work isn't terribly relevant, but by all means, if you need some cash, go for it
(Original post by cruciform)
I'm talking about the summer after the first year of uni. Wouldn't the summer bar work boost my application by the time I graduate and start looking for a job?
Employers are looking for relevant experience. I've worked in a wholesalers, but now that I'm studying CompSci, for professional qualifications, have experience in industry etc, I no longer need to show I've used my time wisely. The bar work is pretty irrelevant, unless you're applying for bar work. Of course, money is money, but I wouldn't put it on your CV.