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    My source of income that I've currently been living off has come to a standstill and I need to find money for deposits and rent for housing next year as well as the rest of this years living costs, so I've started job-hunting.

    I've applied to almost everywhere I can think of, including Boots, H&M, call centres, Supermarkets, Topshop, New Look, River Island, Greggs, even McDonalds. So far either not heard back because it's too early, or have been rejected.

    Could anyone recommend other places I could apply that are likely to take me even with little experience.

    Can include waitressing and bar work (I've previously worked in Harvester behind the bar!)

    Thanks!
 
 
 
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