I had to help prepare a Valentine’s Day Dinner at the church and stayed all snug in bed. I prayed for their safety and his health. The roads were to get bad over the day. I figured I had a couple of hours to sleep in. Everything was under control. Never be too sure of that.
This extreme action – as extreme actions usually do – is starting to cause arguments. In this case, there are lots of different sides. The idea is that if everyone does it at once, taste buds will adjust and everyone will become healthier. It sounds simple enough, but turns out to be a rather thorny issue.
It might also help to search on Youtube for advice videos on how to answer the question. This video here explains how should do your homework and research the company and convey your knowledge in the answer.
Believe it or not, employers do not hire people within a week of posting their ad. Often times they spend weeks eliminating people in grueling step by step interview processes. You may have one interview with a supervisor and then get passed on to another person a week later. Don’t think you can start looking for a job two weeks before graduation and be just fine. Start looking a couple months in advance. Get a working resume going, and even go to your college career center for help.
Other places to check for student jobs are your career office, the online website for your college other students. Many times students know of jobs because they have turned them down and they may be a good source for you.
What most students don’t know is that for every 1 credit hour they take, you will spend at least two hours in homework. This means that for a 3 credit course, you will probably have 5-6 hours outside the classroom.
When you look for a job in your major make sure that you don’t overdo the balance between family, school and work. Many students fail because they take too many classes and try to work full-time.