You've run the race - the initial job application, the competitors and the interviews. Now it's time for the final hurdle: the first day on the job.
Every university has 100s of societies (Imperial College London boasts a staggered 340 clubs). This means that the process of choosing and joining societies can be a daunting task.
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Most employers expect prospective applicants to complete a lengthy application process, in some cases without even acknowledging their application.
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With ever-increasing tuition fees, the reality is you either miss out on social experiences because you're working or because you're unemployed and can't afford them. But fear not, there is a solution: here's a list of jobs which will both fund your social life and allow you evenings off to actually go out.
Now that you're nearing both the end of university and the start of an inescapable life-long career, surely it's too late to fulfill your wanderlust? Wrong. It's never too late to see the world, especially if you consider these job options to maintain both an income and a cosmopolitan Instagram account.