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    Does any body know any where, where they will take on a 16 year old doing i.t.?
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    doing it?
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    Most places do like actual qualifications. Some places might hire you for non related skills, such as retail? Nice explaination, makes it easy to reply...
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    What are the most common jobs without qualifications?
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    Washing up, waiting tables, some retail...
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    Do you think a 16 year old could get an office job?
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    Get onto some railway consultants and see about being a designer there. CAD is neccesary. Easily 20k startup mate then up and up as more experinence
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    i am rubbish when it comes to designing. i am more fixing building pc's that area of i.t.
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    fixing pc's?

    how about printing out some leaflets and posting them around where you live... asking if people have any issues they'd like fixing
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    Its not really designing, its more about creating a CAD model. It is Design but not creative design as everything is already there, you just have to make it fit
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    there is already someone doing that in the area, i would like an office job. do you know any i.t. companies who will take on 16 year olds?
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    Google is your friend.
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    been there and i am running up some leads. where is the best place to start, job wise.?
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    (Original post by jonny1722)
    been there and i am running up some leads. where is the best place to start, job wise.?
    Goldman Sachs?
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    What do they do at Goldman Sachs? do they take on 16 year olds?
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    (Original post by jonny1722)
    What do they do at Goldman Sachs? do they take on 16 year olds?
    This made me laugh hard.

    Regardless of your age, I don't think anyone in their right mind would employ you, atleast going off your typing and grammar.
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    What do they do at Goldman Sachs? do they take on 16 year olds?
    Google is your friend.

    Yeah, its an office environment too.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/6177431.stm
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    I work in domino's and I'm 16 but I'm not going back til after summer too many members of staff so I'm back tot he whole lets hand out cvs game...I hate it.. most peopleare looking for people in Sept cas all their staff are going to uni and stuff...its hell... but hopefullyI'll get the costa job that I was interviewed for today.. but its for a new branch which isnt opening til oct and by then ill be back at dominos i really want another job so i can turn round to dominos and be all like yea i doont need yur job any more lmao x
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    sales asisstant (sp?) at pc world maybe?
 
 
 
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