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Five quick job application tips to remember

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8:30 AM | 17 January 2017
by Finn O'Neill
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Abed Lame, a sixth form college student at St. Charles, writes about his five top tips for students looking to get on the job ladder or looking to apply for apprenticeships.

When applying for an apprenticeship or job there are five key things I think are important to look at which are beneficial to you and the job/apprenticeship you are applying for.

These aspects are very important as you could apply for the job and not know anything about it, or later on be bored of said job. There are many negative consequences if you do not look at these five aspects. When applying for jobs don't look for a big wage, look for something that will put a smile on your face.

Here are the five most important aspects to consider when applying for a job:

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