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For people planning on going uni next year what do you think you'll do next summer? I want to get a job to save up money for uni BUT at the same time i don't want to work, just wanna relax and have so much fun with my friends. What r ur plans?
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For people planning on going uni next year what do you think you'll do next summer? I want to get a job to save up money for uni BUT at the same time i don't want to work, just wanna relax and have so much fun with my friends. What r ur plans?
Definitely get a job you’ll still have time to chill, you’ll thank yourself when you’re at uni
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Definitely get a job you’ll still have time to chill, you’ll thank yourself when you’re at uni
is it ok if it's just a weekend job ?
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is it ok if it's just a weekend job ?
Tbh I’d recommend the more hours the better, a weekend job is better than nothing but if you’re wanting to go clubbing/ go out with your friends even during the holidays it’ll be expensive so best to work as well
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Tbh I’d recommend the more hours the better, a weekend job is better than nothing but if you’re wanting to go clubbing/ go out with your friends even during the holidays it’ll be expensive so best to work as well
Ohh ok. I'll take you up on your advice. If only i was a rich kid:cry2:
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Ohh ok. I'll take you up on your advice. If only i was a rich kid:cry2:
Don’t worry a job is good you can develop new skills and talk to new people and build social skills it’ll feel easy if you find a job you enjoy doing.
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For people planning on going uni next year what do you think you'll do next summer? I want to get a job to save up money for uni BUT at the same time i don't want to work, just wanna relax and have so much fun with my friends. What r ur plans?
Hi there,

I hope you're well

I used my summer to work a flexible job (I think it was only 2 days a week from what I remember!), and that still gave me some 'pocket-money' that I could put towards my university whilst still having a lot of time to socialise with my friends before we all parted! If you do want to find a job, try and find one that's quite enjoyable, as time always flies by when you're doing something you want to do. As well, if you have a job it'll be a great addition to your CV, and you can definitely draw experiences from your work place in any further personal statements / cover letters. I'm really glad that I got my little job before Uni started, as any extra money at University is really helpful.

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Have a Massive break and then after that I’m not sure
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Hello there

You can still have fun and have a flexible/part time job. Summer holidays are long, so what I did before starting uni was to work hard for a couple of months, that allowed me to meet more people, boost my CV, learn new skills and, of course, save loads of money. Then I used that money to travel a lot, visit friends and charge my batteries before starting studying full time again.

What do you have in mind?
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Definetly get a job, I'm going uni next year but my friend is already in uni and she gets money from her parents (i thinks its around £100-120 can't remember) which is just enough for her to travel to uni (which takes up a lot more than ud think) and buy food each month but thats basically the minimum as she's not the type to go out and eat or socialise much with her uni friends, and since were religious we don't party or anything, so if ur going to be doing that ur gonna need a lot more lol
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