Meet the sun…

Just another weekend in the life of an average university student… who met the sun… Continue reading

Because keeping one isn’t hard enough…

So yeah, if you have any tips for a student that is job hunting or a job that you think I could do or something ANYTHING! then feel free to let me know about it.

As the job search continues and it’s not like there isn’t jobs out there, there just isn’t any jobs that I can do, because everyone wants experience and how can I get experience if I can’t do the job to get the experience of doing it? Although there are a couple I’m looking at, but by the time I’ve paid for transport, I won’t be getting any money, because they pay minimum wage and the price of the bus ticket is exceedingly high in Hereford, at least the one from Madley to Hereford seems to be. I mean it’s about 3x the price of a one here in Bournemouth, so I thought I might be able to ask for transport money, but I think most places won’t be into doing that, but I’m going to try. There are a couple positions in care homes around the place, but once again travel. I now truly wish I had learnt to drive before this point and so transport might not have been as big an issue.

Although I’m not sure if the father has sold my brother’s old moped, so maybe I can commandeer that for a month or two. But I’m not sure about insurance and all that jazz, also I don’t think it’s very good, as in it used to break down every time it rained and the fuel is probably exceeding expensive as well – we’ll see when I get back home, if that works out, until then… more hunting.

Plus then there’s the full time jobs, which I can’t apply for because I’m looking for a part time job right now, although it’s nice to know that there are psychology related jobs around this area, as I might be returning after university and will most diffidently need a full time job then to pay the bills, because I don’t want to just go and live with the father and do nothing with my days. But that’s in the future, I need to find a part time job now and all this less than fruitful searching is making me frustrated, it seems that every time I find a job I can do and sounds good for me, it’s in another city and so I can’t do it and then the ones near by are all looking for people with experience, although there was one that was offering training on the job, but it didn’t state where it was, so I’m going to have to ring them up, completely dreading that, because I’m not so good over the phone, really. I’d much rather e-mail them about the job, but everywhere wants you to ring first and all that jazz.

.Quote/saying of the day: As a job seeker, remember this: You only lack experience if they want it done the same old way. ~Robert Brault