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Employment in the U.K

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Jun 17, 2003
Hi everyone

My wife & I are moving to the U.K in Late July, My wife is a dietician & has already pretty much found work through an employment agency.
I would like to do some study in film & some other study within the fisheries industry.

I know its a long shot & a strange post for this forum but does anyone have any part time positions available, I am 22 and have been in the building industry for three years also I have been in youth work eg High School work (Multi media Youth related seminars with an organization called Youth for Christ, Teachers Aid working with A.D.D Kids Etc) also have done retail work & Now I am currently in Real Estate As a Sales Consultant. I would love to get into the diving industry.

My interests are Marine Life, Photography, Freediving/spearfishing & my new wife Jewls.

If anyone has or knows of any employment opportunities I will really appreciate your replies.

Thank you So much


Stupid me

We will be heading towards Newport South U.K

Thanks Heaps

Places to look for Work

The best place on the internet to look for work for the UK is www.totaljobs.com. You should be able to pick up work in sales or as an estate agent. On the down side, getting into the dive industry in the UK is pretty hard and takes a long time. You need to be at least an instructor, hold a current HSE medical and be very close to the coast before most places will even consider you. But dont stop trying, keep your eyes open and your nose to the ground. Best of luck in this beautiful country and in your new marrage.

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