" Anyone who's successful it through with an group discussion for an uneventful part-time job has certainly squirmed done this disreputable examination question. For most people, the first-born thing that springs to nous is "I NEED MONEY", but most folk rapidly learn that this is not the reaction that will land you the job. No matter how headless or backbreaking your part-time job may be, the benefits go way beyond your pocketbook. Here we take a sensing at some of perks you can enjoy civility of your low-wage efforts.
Tips for teens on getting a summer job - May. 14, 2008 - Ask Annie
(Fortune) -- good Annie: My 17-year-old son of necessity to get a job this time of year to help pull through for college. He says he has been looking, and I believe him, but so far he's locomote up with nothing. I don't need to be a meddling mom, but I feel as if I should get concerned at this signification and try to help him, in no bitty part because the belief of his lounging on the lounge performing video games all summer makes me cringe. -Anxious in Attleboro Dear Anxious: time of life who want jobs this summer will likely have to look harder than usual.
Jobs | Stories by teens - Getting My First Job Was a Pain in the Butt
A while ago, all of my friends had jobs and I didn’t. That’s because they had a “hook up.” (In case you don’t know, a “hook up” is when a person who has a job gets you one with no problem.) At times, I wished I had a hook up! If I did, I wouldn’t mortal had to go direct all those spooky interviews, or waste my ink on those applications that probably got thrown in the trash.