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    Basically I wanna get a part time evening / weekend job to earn money whilst in the sixth form. I'm doing four A levels so I still want to focus on studying but I don't really have any idea of how many hours I should do and where to find a job etc...

    If anyone has any experience of this then please share as I'm kinda stuck
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    My sixth form recommends working no more than 12 hours per week, although we do only 3 A levels so maybe it would be best to do a couple less hours than that?
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    (Original post by CupOfCaramel)
    My sixth form recommends working no more than 12 hours per week, although we do only 3 A levels so maybe it would be best to do a couple less hours than that?
    Thank you. Any ideas on where to get a job...?
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    Thank you. Any ideas on where to get a job...?
    No idea sorry, I work at a horse yard so unless you're into horses then I can't really help haha, you could try shops in town?
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    I just applied for Argos, as a Christmas job, and I'm in 6th form college.
    You're not meant to work more than 12 hours a week, and a lot of our teachers actually say that having a job isn't the best idea. Perhaps you could do what I'm doing and just get a job around Christmas time?

    You could also hand your CV round to little coffee shops, and cafes, and places like that. Then you might just be able to get a Saturday job. I know people who work at places like Next, and even Mcdonalds, and they have to work so many hours.
 
 
 
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