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that is minimum wage and you didn’t originally want?
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If you’re on jobseekers you don’t have that luxury. If you’re not why did you apply to a job you don’t want?
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i’m not on job seekers, i’m on Universal credit forced into doing a 6 month placement that the government created with any company and only took it because its from home, I am on trial and 3 months later, will be told if they will give me a full time position or not
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It depends if I had other options. If not I would take take the job until I found soemthing I wanted to do
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(Original post by flamingolover)
It depends if I had other options. If not I would take take the job until I found soemthing I wanted to do
would it mean I am stuck at minimum wage (because I can’t do an apprenticeship or anything and work my way up if I have a permanent job)
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would it mean I am stuck at minimum wage (because I can’t do an apprenticeship or anything and work my way up if I have a permanent job)
It depends on if the job has job progression or not. But still I’d rather be working whilst I look for an apprentiship or something to apply to. You can always quit your job once you’ve found soemthing better but if this job was my only option then I would absolutely take it
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(Original post by flamingolover)
It depends on if the job has job progression or not. But still I’d rather be working whilst I look for an apprentiship or something to apply to. You can always quit your job once you’ve found soemthing better but if this job was my only option then I would absolutely take it
I guess it is better to have something rather than nothing.

Thanks for the advice
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I guess it is better to have something rather than nothing.

Thanks for the advice
Yeah that’s my attitude. It means you can earn money whilst looking for something better.

Good luck hope it all works out!
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