How can I find a part time job? I'm a student in BSC(physics and Chemistry)
I am a hardworking student who want to be independent in life
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Andrew recommends the following next steps:
If you can find related work to do alongside your studies, that will give you a big advantage over a lot of the other students when it comes to finding real jobs at the end. As others have suggested, school/university careers services are a good place to start. You can also browse job boards like LinkedIn, Indeed, and Glassdoor - be aware many of the positions advertised will require more experience than you'll have as a student, but there are some entry-level openings at some places.
Another thing is temporary jobs, summer/holiday placements/internships and summer schools - these run outside of the term times and are usually closer to full-time hours, but they're one of the best ways of gaining extracurricular experience, and are specifically aimed at students. Again, the careers services are usually the best starting point for many of these, or if there's particular big companies in your area that you're interested in and might run a summer program, you can approach them directly and ask for details.