Firstly, it is wonderful that you are thinking of working to ease the financial pressure on your family. However, you have to keep in mind that juggling work and study together will be taxing. You are right about the limited avenues for work available at your age however you have to understand that with zero experience, these are the only jobs you can go for at this time. Take it as a challenge, an experience. You will be in a customer-facing role and maybe learn your basics in customer care and service while on the job. Nothing beats hands-on experience and you will make memories as you go about your job.
Never be discouraged. You are young and as you move further in life, you will equip yourself ably. Trying times don't last, positive people do. Be cheerful, smile often. A smiling face automatically makes others smile back and you yourself will feel less stressed out. Sound confident and happy while giving your interviews. Nobody likes to see a sad or disgruntled face - leave alone employ them in a customer-facing role. I am sure you will find something worthy soon enough. Wishing you all the best in all you do!
Babita recommends the following next steps:
- Prep yourself up for the interview. Dress smartly and read about the organization before you reach the place.
- Work out a study plan and stick to it. You will have to work hard and ensure your studies do not suffer because you're devoting time to work.