Summer Jobs Britain: Including Vacation Traineeships, Volume 37

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Guy Hobbs, David Woodworth
Vacation Work, Nov 1, 2005 - Travel - 316 pages
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The unique guide to over 30,000 exciting summer vacancies in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland contains not only an enormous variety of paid jobs and voluntary work but also vacation traineeships which give on-the-job work experience relevant to a possible future career. Jobs featured in Summer Jobs in Britain include:
>Deck hands for luxury hotel barges on rivers and canals
>Staff for Wimbledon tennis or the British Grand Prix
>Work experience placements at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
>Blueberry pickers for Dorset or raspberry pickers for Scotland
>Walk leaders for the most scenic parts of Britain
>Volunteers for an archaeological dig at Silchester
>Guides for a whisky distillery in Scotland
>Stable staff for a racehorse yard in Lancashire
>Visitor service assistants for Windsor Castle

To help readers decide whether a job is right for them the book explains when and to whom to apply and gives information on wages (up to $900 per week), when the work is available, what previous experience if any is required, if there are age limits and whether accommodations are provided and at what cost.

Also included are information on work permits, including the Work in Britain scheme for American students, and advice on taxation and the British national minimum wage. In addition, for people who want to work in a particular part of the country the book's regional chapters are preceded by introductions that explain the possibilities for finding work in that area.

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Contents

Tax and the Minimum Wage
27
Abbreviations and Glossary of Qualifications
36
London and the Berkshire Buckinghamshire
76
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

David Woodworth has worked for the publishers Vacation Work on their annual titles "Summer Job in Britain "and "Summer Jobs Abroad" for over twenty five years. He studied at Oxford University and remains living in the city with his wife and son.
Guy Hobbs studied at Cambridge University in England and currently lives in Oxford where he works in as a full time writer for Vacation Work. His other books include "Starting a Business in Spain, Live & Work in Portugal "and "Live & Work in Spain."

Andrew James was a travel writer. Later work as a finance and economics specialist has helped in a burgeoning career as publisher of directories on working abroad in Oxford, England.
David Woodworth has edited every edition of "Summer Jobs in Britain" since 1995. He lives in Oxford, England with his wife and son.

Having moved to the UK from South Africa, Deborah Penrith currently lives in Durdar in England's Lake District. Her books include "The Directory of Jobs & Careers Abroad" and "Working with the Environment."
Susan Kelly was born in New Zealand and her career has included working for publishers in Florence, Italy, Oxford and now London.

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