1. Food and drink
This is the most popular job list for Vietnamese students. Usually fast-food brands or restaurants, cafes, and cafes are familiar locations for international students. Because jobs vary from desk service, dispensing, cashier, order-receiving staff, cleaning staff ... to the job application is quite simple. For large chain stores like Starbucks, Costa, Mc Donalds, KFC ... you need to go to the official website and fill in personal information, work experience ... and see which jobs are being recruited to register.

For small restaurants or cafés, simply keep an eye out of the store, if the word "Staff wanted" or "waitress needed", leave the CV to the store owner.

2. Retail outlets

Retail chains like Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda, Mark and Spencer or clothing brands like Zara, H&M, Primark ... also often hire a lot. Similar to how to apply to fast-food chain stores, you also need to go to the website and register information, upload CV. However, the work in retail stores requires a higher level of English, due to more contact with customers. So you should prepare yourself well before the interview with the employer.

3. Healthcare assistant
Nursing homes are mostly concentrated in the seas, the climate is warm and comfortable, so if you are around Bournemouth, Poole ... it will be easy to get this job. Salary for this job is quite good, usually higher than the basic salary, and you are registered for the Agency's schedule first. Many agencies will require you to have experience in health care and nursing, but there are also agencies that accept training from the beginning. The specific work is caring for the elderly and people with disabilities. The agencies will send you to nursing homes, you can accept or reject. However, you will lose an initial investment in training fees, DBS fees and uniforms.

4. Casual mail sorter (Royal mail, SRS ...)

This is the work of filtering and composing mail or goods by size, by type of mail (premium or ordinary, send fast or slow, fragile or regular goods ...). This is a manual step before switching to the filter, because the machine can only read the size of the letter / package. You also need to make sure the filter is always running smoothly. Normally when starting work you will be paid a basic salary of £ 7.38 / hour. The job is quite idle and usually after 3 months you will get a raise to £ 12- £ 13 / hour which is a big plus for this job. However, the minus point is that the work place is often quite far away because the warehouse in industrial zones is far away from the population, and you will not have a fixed schedule. The operator will text the empty cases for all employees, so you need to be quick to get the job. Moreover Royal mail usually only allows students to work up to 20 hours / week, even if you are entitled to do Full time. This is also a disadvantage for international students who want to earn extra income during the holiday season.

5. Student Ambassador

If you want to work right at the school you are studying, this is probably the job for you. Every year universities will recruit student ambassadors once in September, to work for the next school year. You will be involved in preparation for the Open days, job fairs, career orientation sessions or marketing for the school. This job is often paid a high salary, and also gives you the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities, which will help you gain an impressive work experience in the job CV.
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