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When I start uni in October I want to have a part time job so I can have some extra money but also don’t want to be really stressed out and have no free time because of it. Any suggestions for good types of work for while at uni? Or good shifts
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When I start uni in October I want to have a part time job so I can have some extra money but also don’t want to be really stressed out and have no free time because of it. Any suggestions for good types of work for while at uni? Or good shifts
Try mcdonalds.
They take on a lot of students. They are also very flexible- you give them your availability when you start and you get shifts according to your availability.
Theres also the option of working at a store near uni while at uni and transferring and working at a store near home in the holidays e.g. christmas and the summer.
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When I start uni in October I want to have a part time job so I can have some extra money but also don’t want to be really stressed out and have no free time because of it. Any suggestions for good types of work for while at uni? Or good shifts
Hey! The best thing I would suggest is to work for the uni. They have lots of student friendly jobs that work around your studies!
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