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From my second job at home. A bit annoying, because I now have no job for the summer. I feel empty.
I don't knowm but I'm not going on the dole
you're a student.
Get that CV up to scratch and start applying for anything and everything and you'll find something.
as I go home next week I will finish before all the other uni students etc which means I can get in there first with a bar job or something.
I've got my fingers crossed for you !
there's stuff out there.
the other day with some really good ideas.
We had a whole lesson dedicated to it whilst I was at school which was really helpful. Plus I've made it more awesome recently for the army too.
means you can get benefits no problem and potential employers won't raise eyebrows or ask why you left your previous job, the previous job is now PAST EXPERIENCE without any dubious ending.
The reason I changed my mind was becuase I have my army selection in July and then I need to re-take my lifeguard qualification. I still want to be a lifeguard and need to for my job next year, but if I can nail that before then I will be in Amsterdam no problem
my Chinese laundry business is still going strong and other than the 10 year prison sentence for breaches of employment laws I have been cleared of all charges. Applicants familiar with the European working time directive 2009 need not apply.
now suck my dick....suck it.
but lets see where it takes us.
I left my last job in a matter of days of finding out I had to and I realised after a few days that life goes on and it's not really that hard to get more work if you have a bit of faith in yourself.
Breathe in, chest out, go again son...
it's just keeping my lifeguard qualification up that's going to be hard.
I was dolescum for 6 months and so I had to take a job in Germany.
Luckily, I have just scored myself a job back in England and am returning forthwith.
My advice, you are redundant, so DO NOT TAKE THE FIRST JOB THAT YOU ARE OFFERED.
Really am speaking from experience here, just work out what it is that you want to do, rework your CV accordingly and then go and kick some ass.
All the best