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Hi guys, I've just been rejected from Mcdonalds' even though I believed I had the correct attributes.
I think I was rejected based on the fact that I told them that I couldn't be too flexible due to A levels and I think they assumed that I'd quit the job when I'd go to uni (which would be correct lol) and therefore they'd waste their time training me etc?
I'm quite annoyed by this though as I spent time trying to land this job :/
Could anyone suggest part-time jobs which don't require a high level of commitment ?
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What about working during the school holidays, if you like working with Children there are like kids camps that are run during the holidays e.g. like Super Camps
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