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Does anyone have any advice or any tips on how to get a summer job even if you have no experience / haven't been previously employed?
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Write a cv and cover letter that is amazing. Even ask for advice from your past rejections about what you could do better. Be very willing ing to learn. If you have an interview ask the interviewer what you can do extra to prepare for the role
Just keep trying, be persistent, seek feedback. Do your research!
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Write a cv and cover letter that is amazing. Even ask for advice from your past rejections about what you could do better. Be very willing ing to learn. If you have an interview ask the interviewer what you can do extra to prepare for the role
Just keep trying, be persistent, seek feedback. Do your research!
Thank you so much I will be doing that
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Does anyone have any advice or any tips on how to get a summer job even if you have no experience / haven't been previously employed?
A lot of shops, supermarkets, fast food places, cinemas, cafes, restaurants etc etc take on students.
Fast food places seem to take in quite a few students.
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apply everywhere all the time- smaller places are more likely to take on younger students but try everywhereyoull get one soon it just takes time, dont feel demotivated x
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A lot of shops, supermarkets, fast food places, cinemas, cafes, restaurants etc etc take on students.
Fast food places seem to take in quite a few students.
I didn’t know that tbh that’s why I usually don’t apply to most of them especially the ones that say they want experienced candidates.
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apply everywhere all the time- smaller places are more likely to take on younger students but try everywhereyoull get one soon it just takes time, dont feel demotivated x
Thank you for your kind advice. I will keep applying
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I didn’t know that tbh that’s why I usually don’t apply to most of them especially the ones that say they want experienced candidates.
They are all worth a try.
Keep applying and you will get something eventually.
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They are all worth a try.
Keep applying and you will get something eventually.
Thank you. I will keep applying
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