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    Im looking at job advertisements in cafés and stuff but I'm busy all week except saturday evenings so should I even try to ask to work like 5 hours once a week or should I just not bother? I feel like I'm going to get rejected if they find out I'm only avaliable at a specific time. And do you put it in your application or mention it later?
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    Are you really not available any other times that saturday evening? to be honest i probably wouldn't bother as alot of places will want more hours than that.. and most shops shut at 5/6 o clock on saturdays...
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    (Original post by Jackieox)
    Are you really not available any other times that saturday evening? to be honest i probably wouldn't bother as alot of places will want more hours than that.. and most shops shut at 5/6 o clock on saturdays...
    School ends at 4/5pm every weekday and I need to study after school, not to mention there are also lessons running through Saturdays. I could do a few hours on Sunday but would that really make a difference? And the job I'm looking at closes at 10:30pm
 
 
 
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