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    Would you apply to be a cleaner or work in a warehouse to get some extra cash?

    I was hoping to get an admin job but there aren't many around.

    Appreciate the advice
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    (Original post by Joyful_soul)
    Would you apply to be a cleaner or work in a warehouse to get some extra cash?

    I was hoping to get an admin job but there aren't many around.

    Appreciate the advice
    If it was to get some extra cash, then I would. Every little helps, even if it's something you don't particularly enjoy.

    That doesn't stop you applying for administration jobs though whilst you work elsewhere - you might even gain some skills or experience doing so which you can put on your CV and take forward to your administration role.
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    (Original post by Joyful_soul)
    Would you apply to be a cleaner or work in a warehouse to get some extra cash?

    I was hoping to get an admin job but there aren't many around.

    Appreciate the advice
    I currently work in a warehouse, even though it's not the job I'd love to do for many years. I only do this because I need money, even though the job itself is hard, long hours and some colleagues are crappy :erm:
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    (Original post by MalteseMalteser)
    If it was to get some extra cash, then I would. Every little helps, even if it's something you don't particularly enjoy.

    That doesn't stop you applying for administration jobs though whilst you work elsewhere - you might even gain some skills or experience doing so which you can put on your CV and take forward to your administration role.
    Applying to jobs whilst working full time is a damn pain but yeah I agree with this post

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