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28th Aug 2009
If you've just left sixth form/college, and have decided not to go down the University route for whatever reason, after enjoying one last summer of freedom you'll now be faced with finding a job!
Many companies offer training schemes to 18 year olds, and many will sponsor you to do a part time course at a local college, meaning you can earn a wage whilst still gaining qualifications.
Whatever your hopes or intentions from your new job, to secure the one you want you need to ensure your CV includes everything it should (and doesn't include what it doesn't need to!) and makes you stand out as being the right candidate for the job. Similarly, once you get to the inveriew stage, you need to conduct yourself professionally and show that although you are straight out of an educational environment, you'll be able to fit in to your potential employers company with ease.
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