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I recently got a part-time job. I am working 4 days a week and I am at college on the days I am not at work. I feel like I am getting a little stressed by having very little days off. I will get days off again in summer but it feels so long away and I don't know how to deal with the stress of working 7 days a week. My job is in retail too so I rarely sit down. Any tips for my first world problem?
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Melobond
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Maybe ask your manager if you can do 3 days instead of 4 and work more hours on one of those days? working and studying is stresss
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SpacePatroFan189
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Are you doing A-Levels?
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(Original post by Melobond)
Maybe ask your manager if you can do 3 days instead of 4 and work more hours on one of those days? working and studying is stresss
Yes I might ask to do that. I am contracted to 16 hours but i'm not sure if the days are set days as I think everyone else in the company works 4 days too.
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(Original post by SpacePatroFan189)
Are you doing A-Levels?
No i'm just at college studying a diploma. I don't have exams to stress over but I have a final major project.
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Melobond
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if you just explain to them that you might need some help and time off because of your project then they should try and help you in someway if they're a good company.
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Yes I might ask to do that. I am contracted to 16 hours but i'm not sure if the days are set days as I think everyone else in the company works 4 days too.
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if you just explain to them that you might need some help and time off because of your project then they should try and help you in someway if they're a good company.
Yeah I guess there's nothing wrong wjth asking either. I just don't want to look like a bad employee asking to change my days around already. Thank you though!
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