Former recruitment agency experts answer
employment questions, candidly suggesting how to
negotiate your salary, find a really good job,
handle phone interviews, and more.
Sage advice like this is
a student you need to make money over the summer.
Also you want to develop skills and get experience
to put on their resumes.
by determining what you can offer an employer.
This might include:
- Skills developed through
co-op or practicum placements.
- Transferable skills (such
as leadership, team work, and
communication) gained through education
or paid and/or volunteer positions.
your chances by starting early.
- Let your current and
former, employers know you are looking
for summer work. As a person they already
know you will have an advantage.
- Select appropriate
references such as teachers/professors
and former supervisors of paid and
volunteer work. Remember to ask
permission to use their names as
- Keep your resume up to
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