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Part-time Job

Part-time Job

Date: Jan 31 2003


1. Learn Vocabulary - Learn some new vocabulary before you start the lesson.

2. Read and Prepare - Read the introduction and prepare to hear the audio.

Many people in the U.S. take part-time jobs to earn extra cash or a little spending money. The most common part-time workers are probably students. Read on to learn more.


1. Study - Read the dialog again to see how the vocab words are used.

Many students take part-time jobs to earn spending money. They can’t work full-time because they have to go to class and study. Usually, part-time jobs are done in the evening (after school) or on the weekends.
Some common part-time jobs can be found at restaurants, grocery stores and department stores. These are jobs that don’t require much experience and can be done after school. Some examples of part-time jobs are cashiers, waiters and stock people.
To look for part-time jobs, many people use the Classified section of the newspaper. The Classified section lists current job opportunities. Other great ways to find a part-time job are the Internet and word-of-mouth. Some people just walk in and ask for an application.



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Could you use some extra cash? Maybe a part-time job is right for you. If so, I hope this week’s lesson will motivate you to get out there and work! Good luck!



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 I thik is a good idea looking a part-time job for me because I need some  extra cash.But I want  to find  a work only the weekends because I work in a office to monday to friday from 9:00 a.m until 7:00 p.m



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