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    I've just turned 17 and I have made my CV and I'm on the website 'Central English Co-op Jobs' and it says the job is a permanent job although I can choose whether I have a 'fixed term', apprenticeship, permanent and temporary. What do these mean as I know I'll be getting a part time job but clearly, none of these mention the job being 'part time'. I'm doing my A Levels right now so I'm hoping this won't interfere too much with them. (I've been thinking of making it a weekend job) The job is as a Customer Service Assistant with 12-18 hours a week and £7.32 an hour if this helps at all. I've never had a job before so please help.
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    Fixed term means for one period of time etc one year. An apprenticeship is an education scheme. A permenant job is the one you want to choose - it means the contract would not end until you quit or were fired. A temporary contract is where you only work for a season.

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