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    I have just finished school and trying to find my first job , just wondering what everyone did for their first job?
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    I don't know if this counts, but I was a reading and writing tutor for a few months.
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    Kitchen porter (or kitchen slave depending on how you look at it)!
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    Childrens football referee or paperboy. I can't remember which I started first.
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    A cleaner in caravans, cottages etc.
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    Although, during the same time I would work in a pottery shop (where people paint them) when ever needed and I would babysit.
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    Worked at Next from 16-21
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    After school club volunteer
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    Cashier and waitress

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    Translation
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    I had a paper round when I was about 14, but I got my first proper job at 16 in a shop.
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    Life guarding, you do have to be at least 16 to get the qualification though
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    Paper round
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    McDonalds


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    Admin Assistant in a Carpet Shop!
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    Working on the tills in a supermarket
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    Retail. *shoots self*
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    Finance analyst when I was 21


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    Ride operator at Legoland!
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    Painter/decorator. Was alright actually, made a fair bit off it over the years self employed. Am now a project manager in charge of £50,000 redecoration jobs.

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