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    Anyone know places that give jobs to 16yr olds?
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    (Original post by katodizzle)
    Anyone know places that give jobs to 16yr olds?
    McDonalds , Nando's
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    (Original post by katodizzle)
    Anyone know places that give jobs to 16yr olds?
    If you can commit to full time hours then you have loads of options. If your looking for part-time work then it'll be harder and there's less opportunities so you gotta get creative but you'd be able to get work in clothing retailers, supermarkets and places that don't have health hazards or alcohol. Look for places that are known to be busy on weekends and hand them your CV in person is the most effective way of them getting back to you.
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    If you can commit to full time hours then you have loads of options. If your looking for part-time work then it'll be harder and there's less opportunities so you gotta get creative but you'd be able to get work in clothing retailers, supermarkets and places that don't have health hazards or alcohol. Look for places that are known to be busy on weekends and hand them your CV in person is the most effective way of them getting back to you.
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    If you can commit to full time hours then you have loads of options. If your looking for part-time work then it'll be harder and there's less opportunities so you gotta get creative but you'd be able to get work in clothing retailers, supermarkets and places that don't have health hazards or alcohol. Look for places that are known to be busy on weekends and hand them your CV in person is the most effective way of them getting back to you.
    How does one write a CV at 16 though :cry:
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    Starbucks
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    How does one write a CV at 16 though :cry:
    Just fill it with bloat ware and expected grades.
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    How does one write a CV at 16 though :cry:
    2 pages, 4 sections: Personal, Skills, Education, Employment.

    Surely you'll be lacking in the employment section so you can add things like voluntary work or school prefect duties if u got that. laso if you have any awards like I had a Jack Petchey one that's good for your age as a potential first time employee. Also things like first aid training are good to learn and add
 
 
 
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