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What experience will I actually get from this job?! :( watch

    • Thread Starter

    I'm a recent graduate and I've just taken a job as a full time note taker at a university - basically taking notes for students with disabilities.

    I took it because they are offering full time hours and a good wage, plus I've struggled finding a job elsewhere.

    But what experience will I actually get? I feel like it's just the same experience any student gets.

    In the next year or so I want to look at applying for more long term jobs, something to get a career start, but what can I do to get some more experience for this??

    Someone who knows anything about this role, please tell me if you can see any way that it could help me in future roles. Or if not, what else can I do alongside it, to improve my career chances.

    Desperate grad! xXx
    • TSR Support Team

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    You'd be able to argue that it demonstrates a good attention to detail and an ability to adapt to the needs of clients, which can be useful depending on what you're looking to do afterwards.

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