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Summer Job By Andre Sokolow
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Even if you think your job is dull, sometimes you can take a creative approach to it. "Summer Job" is a coffee table book featuring beautiful photographs taken in a lily garden in the... More > summer of 2007, when the author was 17.< Less
My Summer Job : visually By wendy theberge
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This is a book of a collection of scrap papers I saved during my summer job of 2006. I find it interesting to look back and see how my thought process works, how my ideas arise, and what steps it... More > took me, visually, to reach my idea. [there are also tons of doodles for when I was bored]< Less
Summer Camp Jobs USA (paperback 2010) By Michael Pastore
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Summer Camp Jobs USA: How to Find Your Job, Get Your Job and Love Your Job. Edition 2010. This is the paperback with 204 pages - 30,000 words. Summer Camp Jobs USA is packed with detailed information... More > about how to land the best jobs at American summer camps. The book explains how to look for the jobs, how to apply for the jobs, and how to match your unique skills, personality, and interests with the camp that is just right for you. You’ll also learn about 20 websites that will jumpstart your job search; how to prepare for the job interview; and how to increase your chances for success.The book’s 25 lively chapters provides more than a dozen games kids love to play; advice for preventing homesickness; and a checklist for making your camp sustainable. High-school students have a chapter devoted to their job needs; and international staff seeking USA employment will find useful advice. An ebook edition for $ 4 (in PDF and EPUB) is available from the Zorba Press website: http://www.Zorba.us< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 47. Bohemian – Adventure – Summer – Seasonal Jobs By Tony Kelbrat
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You live as a bohemian because you want to live an interesting, fun, inspired life. Regular jobs don’t cut it. As a young guy I traveled and traveled looking for paradise. I eventually... More > realized that I create paradise through how I live but I did go through that extreme transient bohemian phase. I have a lot of memories. The people that went to college right from high school then worked a career right after that live dull lives next to what’s possible at least during youth which is to explore. Some people have no other wish but to travel around the world so they either work enough to save money to go on trips or go on trips and find temporary employment along the way. English speaking people with bartender skills, hotel skills or skills as a teacher of English as a second language can work just about anywhere they want. Private summer camps, tourist attractions like amusement parks and large resorts geared for the summer crowd are always good bets for a job.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 9. General Job Guide (Tough Jobs, Death – Telecom - Knowledge Management - Library Science – Mining – Assistant – Safety - Event Planning, Adventure - Summer Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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This book has information on a lot of different occupations that don’t fit neatly into one of the major occupational fields. There is a big section on alternative, bohemian, seasonal-type jobs.
Summer at The Point By Kelly Traylor
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They met at Rock Springs Country Club and Resort where Allie was working as temporary summer help and Skyler was enjoying her last summer before starting college. Skyler’s family owned a lot on... More > the resort and they were known for being one of the wealthiest families in the area. Despite her deep pockets and high social status, Skyler was very conservative with her money and did not see any reason for acting as if she was better than anyone else was. Skyler and Allie were complete opposites who met by chance. They were from two different worlds, but their desires for independence helped them to establish a friendship that would be stronger than any they had known before. Skyler stuck by Allie as she faced the demons of her past, while Allie helped Skyler to realize the life that she deserved to have. The Point was their getaway; it was where they found friendship, love, and the courage to break free.< Less
Summer at The Point By Kelly Traylor
eBook (PDF): $6.25
They met at Rock Springs Country Club and Resort where Allie was working as temporary summer help and Skyler was enjoying her last summer before starting college. Skyler’s family owned a lot on... More > the resort and they were known for being one of the wealthiest families in the area. Despite her deep pockets and high social status, Skyler was very conservative with her money and did not see any reason for acting as if she was better than anyone else was. Skyler and Allie were complete opposites who met by chance. They were from two different worlds, but their desires for independence helped them to establish a friendship that would be stronger than any they had known before. Skyler stuck by Allie as she faced the demons of her past, while Allie helped Skyler to realize the life that she deserved to have. The Point was their getaway; it was where they found friendship, love, and the courage to break free.< Less
Rewrite Your Job Description By William, aka, Mohammed Hale, aka, Omar
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Does rewriting your job description start with a calendar? ?>*:\ ...//2009:01:04:20:37:75*W:51*F "Put the ball in the pocket, "Never mind gittin' Dandelions pulled "Or the screen... More > door patched or the beefsteak pounded. "Never mind pumpin' any water "'Til your parents are caught with the Cistern empty "On a Saturday night - and that's trouble," The Broadway Musical lyrics of "The Music Man" come to mind [[thn/ 2009:01:04:21:46]] But in terms of internet clicks (pool balls), and who you would spend your time "with" (“Dennis the Menace”, 2009:01:01), and what the subject would be "of" (Mr. Wilson's view), We've "Gotta find a way to keep the young ones moral after school," Because, ultimately, no matter how productive we are, if who follow us here after, do not uphold the values that make our country brave, [thn/] and fair, and free; will there be a United States of America? So please..< Less
Rewrite Your Job Description By William, aka, Mohammed Hale, aka, Omar
eBook (PDF): $12.50
Does rewriting your job description start with a calendar? ?>*:\ ...//2009:01:04:20:37:75*W:51*F "Put the ball in the pocket, "Never mind gittin' Dandelions pulled "Or the screen... More > door patched or the beefsteak pounded. "Never mind pumpin' any water "'Til your parents are caught with the Cistern empty "On a Saturday night - and that's trouble," The Broadway Musical lyrics of "The Music Man" come to mind [[thn/ 2009:01:04:21:46]] But in terms of internet clicks (pool balls), and who you would spend your time "with" (“Dennis the Menace”, 2009:01:01), and what the subject would be "of" (Mr. Wilson's view), We've "Gotta find a way to keep the young ones moral after school," Because, ultimately, no matter how productive we are, if who follow us here after, do not uphold the values that make our country brave, [thn/] and fair, and free; will there be a United States of America? So please..< Less
Rewrite Your Job Description By William, aka, Mohammed Hale, aka, Omar
Paperback: $53.50
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Does rewriting your job description start with a calendar? ?>*:\ ...//2009:01:04:20:37:75*W:51*F "Put the ball in the pocket, "Never mind gittin' Dandelions pulled "Or the screen... More > door patched or the beefsteak pounded. "Never mind pumpin' any water "'Til your parents are caught with the Cistern empty "On a Saturday night - and that's trouble," The Broadway Musical lyrics of "The Music Man" come to mind [[thn/ 2009:01:04:21:46]] But in terms of internet clicks (pool balls), and who you would spend your time "with" (“Dennis the Menace”, 2009:01:01), and what the subject would be "of" (Mr. Wilson's view), We've "Gotta find a way to keep the young ones moral after school," Because, ultimately, no matter how productive we are, if who follow us here after, do not uphold the values that make our country brave, [thn/] and fair, and free; will there be a United States of America? So please..< Less