You’ve just finished or you will finish your exams by the end of the week now you can breathe a sigh of relief.
At this point It is time to look for that all important summer job.
Looking for a job can be confusing, frustrating and time-consuming. There are so many different websites, newspapers, employment agencies and notice boards a dedicated to job searching that it can be tough to know where to start.
Your CV (Curriculum Vitae) and cover letter are usually the first impression that a company or organisation gets of you, so they have got to be perfect. That means knowing how to make your achievements shine.
CVs give basic information about you, your education, work experience, skills and achievements. Cover letters explain why you want the job and what makes you the right person for it.
Summer jobs aren’t just a great way to earn money, they’re a good way to get job experience, as well. You could work anywhere, really, and it will still show that you’re willing to work, and willing to work hard. Summer jobs available include Babysitting, Shop assistant, Waiting and kitchen staff, Hotels, Office work and Lifeguarding/pool attendant