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Set yourself up for the future with a part time Hertfordshire career

When it comes to finding any type of work in the United Kingdom these days, whether it's part time or full time, you're going to come up against dozens of other similarly qualified applicants all fighting it out for a small number of positions. This means that you'll need to do everything in your power to make sure that you have the very best chance of being successful in your bid to find a job.

First and foremost, it's vital to ensure that your CV is professionally presented and contains no errors, either with your spelling or grammar, and only contains information that is relevant to the position you are applying for. There are a number of great resources online that can help you with this, but in particular we recommend checking out the excellent cvwriting.net which has a number of great guides to help you build the best CV you possibly can.

Once that's done, you'll be up against the most overwhelming part of the task at hand - searching out job vacancies. Many people swear by the various online job sites out there right now, from totaljobs.com to reed.co.uk to monster.co.uk. As three of the major job sites serving the United Kingdom's job market, these sites are proven at delivering the most up to date job listings.

However by using them you'll often find that you're up against far more potential rivals than you would have been by taking alternative routes. Thanks to the number of proven part time employers in the area, you stand a much better chance of finding a part time Hertfordshire career by doing the leg work yourself.

Tesco (Mount Pleasant, Hatfield), Morissons (Hatfield Road, St. Albans) and ASDA (Town Centre, Hertfordshire) are among the most respected part time employers in the United Kingdom today. In order to find work with these companies, we recommend calling into each of the stores and asking for a job application form. Many part time positions with these companies are never advertised online, so it pays to take the chance and apply in store. If you are successful, you'll earn between £5.60 and £7.20 per hour, depending on the role you are placed in, while also having the possibility of on the job training to prepare you for a higher earning position down the line.

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