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    Default Part time, variable shifts, weekend and on call rotation - oh my

    Hey!!!

    I'm wondering if anyone could give their experience in this kind
    of schedule. I'm debating if I should even apply for this job because
    I'm in school full time. The position is 4-7 hours a day monday-friday
    along with what the title states. I'm sure I'll be doing like 40 hour days
    just to keep up with school and work, which isn't much of a problem for me.

    It would be cool if it was just 3 days a week with one weekend a month.
    It's good pay and they only require a high school diploma for a Customer Support Technician I position.
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    In return for working their "funky schedule," they may be able to "work around" your school schedule. If it sounds like a job you could be interested in, you have nothing to lose -- just mention it up front. And it could always turn out the times they need the most people is when you're not in class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikej412 View Post
    In return for working their "funky schedule," they may be able to "work around" your school schedule. If it sounds like a job you could be interested in, you have nothing to lose -- just mention it up front. And it could always turn out the times they need the most people is when you're not in class.


    Thanks for the information. I never really though about it like that. I'll apply after I take the 602 tomorrow and some resume updating.
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