How to apply for summer jobs

How to apply for summer jobs Looking for a summer job this year? Here are a few words of advice. Dress nice If you come in person to interview or just to get an application, dress nice. Not saying you need a suit and tie to apply for a lifeguard position, but wear decent pants and a nicer shirt (ie: a polo shirt), not ripped jeans and a dirty “420 YOLO SWAG” shirt. Engage the person When you are talking to people look them...

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Man Of Many Words – Does Any Anyone Want To Hire A Linguist?

Travelling the world would be so much more fruitful if we understood and spoke the various dialects and languages used by the various ethnicities around the globe. According to SIL International ‘Ethnologue: Languages of the World’ (12th Edition) there are over 6,900 spoken languages in our modern world. The very joy of communication in various dialects attracts several individuals to pursue courses in learning how do...

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College Degree – Still a Smart Choice

There has been plenty of speculation in recent years regarding economy, jobs, education, money, and more. Certainly there have been tougher times recently. But when it comes to education and its ties to wealth, the correlation and the promise is still very much alive. College is still a great choice, and the infographic here depicts why. First, take the fact that at current graduation rates, the United States will actually be short...

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Should Students Buy A Car For University?

Now British students are learning to live with debt as part of their graduation package, research from the USA on car leasing for students has relevance here too. It’s hard to find a job these days, yet to get to work a car is close to a necessity. Add to that the huge premiums insurers are now charging younger drivers and the decision whether to lease or buy a car is a big one. In the States, 18 – 34-year-olds bought 30%...

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Disabled Student Allowance And Needs Assessed Funding

Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) can be applied for by higher education students who live in England, provided they have any of the following: a disability, a mental health condition, health problems that are long-term, or a particular learning difficulty – for instance, dyslexia. Disabled Student Allowance And Needs Assessed Funding DSAs are paid out following a needs assessment. Any money provided is not related to an...

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