Friday, May 2, 2008

Succeeding on Your Summer Job

If you are planning to find a summer job this year, think about what you want your co-workers and supervisors to say about you when the summer is over.

Here are two things you DON'T want employers to say about you when your summer job ends:

- You were rude to customers, co-workers or your supervisor. Show respect to everyone you meet on the job, you don't know who you might meet again or want to write you a letter of recommendation.

- You were late all the time or not dependable. Try to manage your time this summer and remember that your employer is relying on you to show up as scheduled.

Learn more about what employers expect from working teens:
Tips for Teens to Succeed at Work
What Teens Ought To Know About Cell Phones at Work
Summer Job Etiquette for Teens

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