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Many students work in a part time or casual job in areas such as retail or hospitality in order to support themselves financially throughout their study. However many students also seek part-time or casual work in jobs related to their course. This assists student in generating income and provides valuable professional skills development. It is also a cost-effective solution for employers to assist in achieving business and project outcomes.
It can also be an effective succession planning model for employers. For example, an accounting public practice may employ a student part time or on a casual basis as a financial para-planner or to assist with client requirements.
Jobshop is able to provide more information and assist you in lodging vacancies.
Jobshop is also able to provide employers with a range of services to assist them in raising their profile on campus as an employer of choice.