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    Default Would you apply for this?

    I am currently a SAHM 3 days per week and studying 2 days per week. Financially we are doing okay, but a bit of extra money would certainly be welcome.So, I am thinking of trying to find a part time job – hopefully 10-15 hours a week, but not during weekday work hours if possible.After hours during the week, plus some time on the weekend would be best.I have retail experience so was considering that, but there is also a position which has been advertised that sounds interesting (it’s aligned with my field, but basically a reception role).It’s 2 x 4 hour shifts during the week and 1 longer weekend day.Sounds interesting, but it’s almost an hour from home (45 mins if I leave straight from uni during the week) – WWYD? Worth applying for?Any other suggestions for appropriate jobs/areas to consider?

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    It's worth a shot, worst case you're employed vax you can look somewhere closer


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