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    (Original post by mafia128)
    does any one know how to apply for Customer Assistant roll in Tesco web site?
    I dont think you can tbh (although feel free to correct!)
    print and fill in the application form and take it to your nearest store?

    http://www.tesco-careers.com/user/cu...-2-updated.pdf

    well thats what i did at least (not that ive heard anything back)
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    I’ve been using Milkround for careers information and to look for a job.

    I thought you uys might like to use Milkround too. It's free of course (as it's aimed towards students and gradates) and has 100s of internship and graduate jobs, employers from all industries - public & private sector, CV, application and interview advice etc etc etc.
    You just register via the link below to access all the vacancies all over the UK. You can always delete your registered account if you dont find anything that interests you - but I'd check it out for a few days, it's updated daily so there's always something added.

    I found a job online for typists - I can't type very fast at all but if you can type relatively quickly there are a few of those kinda jobs going! Bit jealous lol.

    http://www.milkround.com/repsregistr...&referer=repid
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    Thank you for all of these links. I've been job hunting since I left school two months ago and I still can't find many jobs that a 16 year old can do. All the jobs I did apply for I did hear back from, but as an unsuccessful candidate. Have applied for two more jobs today though, so fingers crossed.

    Boots list all their jobs online: http://www.boots.jobs/
    As do Sainsbury's: http://www2.sainsburys.co.uk/aboutus...areers_new.htm
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    I've been searching for a job for MONTHS.
    Still no luck.
    -Sigh.
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    Thanks for the links everyone in this thread.

    Just got a few phone numbers for "shop worker" jobs. Hopefully I can get one...
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    (Original post by Shook)
    Thanks for the links everyone in this thread.

    Just got a few phone numbers for "shop worker" jobs. Hopefully I can get one...
    Good Luck. It's so hard at the minute.
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    (Original post by BlueEyes_WearsGlasses)
    Thank you for all of these links. I've been job hunting since I left school two months ago and I still can't find many jobs that a 16 year old can do. All the jobs I did apply for I did hear back from, but as an unsuccessful candidate. Have applied for two more jobs today though, so fingers crossed.

    Boots list all their jobs online: http://www.boots.jobs/
    As do Sainsbury's: http://www2.sainsburys.co.uk/aboutus...areers_new.htm
    About the Sainsbury's Xmas vacancies, it says they will be advertised on mid October to commence late November :yes:
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    How about this one.
    Part-time, hours to suit you.
    Major British PLC.
    www.earnpigmoney.co.uk
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    Right - where does online applications?
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    Why don't you go for an apprenticeship, you are still young and you can learn something more useful than stacking shelves.
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    many thanks to all the mates who posted useful links on this thread.
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    Are there any websites where employers can post job vacancies for free?
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    i used those before;
    reed
    totaljobs

    uk job site
    jobseekersplus
    guardian jobs
    cv-libaray
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    what about headhunters? Has anyone ever used one? Any recommendations?
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    I haven't read the entire thread, so I hope I'm not repeating anyone. Many of the sites listed above have hundreds of excellent jobs available. However some companies advertising on the site are not trustworthy and operate what is in effect a sort of pyramid scheme, and you'll be at the bottom. So just checkout the company through google before wasting your time traveling to interview.
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    There are some websites here: http://www.savethestudent.org/go-/student-jobs

    Also there is only ONE job site that will let employers post for free and that is the job centre! Good luck guys and girls.
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    Hi!

    Depends what kind of work you're looking for but...
    If you want retail work in big chains always go to their own websites as most have the whole application process, as well as a list of vacancies, online under 'jobs'.
    For student work in all sorts of sectors I'd recommend 2 - e4s.co.uk (employment 4 students) and www.grb.uk.com (the graduate recruitment bureau) as both always have <a href="http://www.grb.uk.com">student jobs</a> advertised.
    Prospects sounds like it's an official government site but its actually a private company...interesting...x
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    (Original post by Rose64)
    I eventually got a job at Marks and Spencer through applying online.

    www.marksandspencer.com
    Hi dear, i am interested in working with M&S....can u guide me how to apply for part time work there.
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    www.gumtree.com

    it's free to post jobs on here so you get people posting that don't want agencies involved.
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    its not free to post jobs on gumtree
 
 
 
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