Discussing :: I need a proper job!


I need a proper job!

Where do you all suggest I find one? I have some experience in freezer stocking, and I'm a good cleaner and writer.



have you looked on all the job websites? seek.co.nz and trademe.co.nz are two good ones!!



Might do that right now thanks.



...Or drop in at a employment agency, look in the paper. Trademe has jobs too.

If you have an idea of the type of work you might like to do and be good at, then try making a list of companies that appeal. You can write to them or call in personally and leave your CV. Sometimes Lady Luck is listening and you might find you are at the right place just at the right time.



I very much hope so. It would be good if I had something to do!



you can do it!! good luck!!



Thanks. You never know what's around the corner.



Are you a student? If so, I really do recommend sjs.co.nz :)
Its great!

Also I usually use trademe....are you looking for casual/part time/full time/permanent/temporary employment?

I would also have a browse around places that interest you, you never know, you may find they are looking for new employees :)



ohhh yer sjs is great!! what do you do currently laura? you =just at home or student or what??



I want part time employment, maybe cleaning. Never heard of SJS, but could help if I was studying. Currently I just work very casually (as in once a month) at a motel. What about all of you, if you don't mind me asking?


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