Teen Jobsearch & CV Help

Written by Mark Else

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Now you know what skills you have, you can now make a list of what type(s) of jobs you would be willing to do. Here are some examples;

* Working at a fast-food restaurant

* Working as a clerk in a store

* Shelf-filling at a local supermarket

* Paper boy / Paper girl

* Baby-sitting

* Lawn or yard care

* Cleaning

So lets check, we have a list of your skills and now also have a rough idea ofrepparttar kind of job that you want to do.

Lets move on . .

Now we haverepparttar 144146 basic information we need to put this on paper and present it this is often called a "Curriculum Vitae" or CV for short. You have most probably heard about CV's in school, for those of you that hav'nt heres a quick introduction .

Your CV is a very important document; it is quick simply a story of your life tellingrepparttar 144147 employer what kind of education you have had, what work experience you have had (If any), what your skills are, and why you would be suitable forrepparttar 144148 job. Other information that can be found in CV's are your name, address, contact details, etc and quick often a little "about me" section where you can describe you as a person andrepparttar 144149 kind of things you enjoy doing, going out with mates, hobbies etc. - Need help with writing your CV? Fear not heres a web site that was designed for helping teens write CV's.

Want to write your own CV? Great heres a site that can give you some CV writing tips.

So you your CV all nicely printed up what now?

Nowsrepparttar 144150 part where you go from shop to shop handing out your CV, all you simply do is walk inrepparttar 144151 shop and askrepparttar 144152 person working onrepparttar 144153 till if there is any jobs going if there is then great ask them if you can hand in your CV (some jobs might also require you to fill out a job application form), if there is not any jobs going then that is also ok because most shops will allow you to still hand in your CV and if a job ever pops-up they already have your contact details etc to contact you if you are suitable forrepparttar 144154 job.

Handed out all my CV's - Whats Next?

Well nowsrepparttar 144155 wait, if your lucky enough then you will receive a phone call or letter asking for you to come in for an interview,repparttar 144156 interview will be what makesrepparttar 144157 difference between gettingrepparttar 144158 job and not gettingrepparttar 144159 job. (I hope to write an article on interview tips & techniques soon)

The End

Hopefully now you have a nice part-time job and you are now making an income for yourself which means you can now go out with your mates and have some fun without having to ask mum or dad for money.

I am a 18yr youth worker (as of 2005) who not only works with teenagers as a living, but still has a brain of a young teen, so i can use my ups and downs in life to help guide other teens into the right path.

© 2005 http://just-4-teens.com/

You May Be a Workaholic if...

Written by Scott Brown

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How you can help yourself

If you think you may be a workaholic, there are practical ways to improve your quality of life. Here are a few ideas you can use right away:

-Take care of yourself. Workaholics are notorious for neglecting their health. You may not realize it, but your health is worth a million dollars! Think of how much money youíd have to pay to get a heart transplant, or for other major surgeries to repair your body. When you add it all up, youíll see you canít afford not to take care of yourself. Eating right and getting exercise are essential. Being healthy should be your first priority always, because without your health, nothing else matters.

-Another idea is to plan how much work you will do in one day and stick to it. That way youíll be less likely to go overboard because you donít know where to drawrepparttar line.

-Reserverepparttar 144097 time for friends and family. Whether itís Saturday and Sunday or Wednesday and Thursday, use your time off to spend time with your loved ones. Make a pact with yourself that your time off will only be spent withrepparttar 144098 ones you care about most- that means no co-workers!

-Last but not least, always make time for yourself. Take up a hobby if you donít have one already. There needs to be a time where you spend time appreciating you. Whether you like to hitrepparttar 144099 gym, play a sport, or curl up with a great book, there needs to be some you time. No matter what goes on at work, you need to have something to look forward to atrepparttar 144100 end ofrepparttar 144101 week. Even if itís just taking a bubble bath or renting your favorite DVD, I guarantee it will make a difference.

Scott Brown is the author of the Job Search Handbook (http://www.JobSearchHandbook.com). As editor of the HireSites.com weekly newsletter on job searching, Scott has written many articles on the subject. He wrote the Job Search Handbook to provide job seekers with a complete yet easy to use guide to finding a job effectively.

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