Teen Job Section, Helping Teens and Students find Part Time Seasonal Jobs

Phoenix, AZ (PressExposure) October 30, 2009 -- Teens are ready to take on the world. Their urge to achieve objectives independently is also evident when it comes to earning their living. There are many agencies which assist in providing part time job vacancies for students and teens. Many companies, agencies and small scale industries offer internships, part time and seasonal jobs targeted to students during vacation times.

“Teen Job Section offers a wide range of part time jobs where you will find a suitable placement depending on your area of interest. Its main objective is to offer appropriate job opportunities for each and every teen. It is important to find a job which gives job satisfaction and adequate training and experience. The jobs are offered for individuals who seek experience and insight into the world of business” said Sara Carter. Teen Job Section also offer teen jobs by criteria such as timelines, age and jobs that are available in plenty during a certain time of the year such as for the festive season or during the summer vacation.

Sara Carter says, “Teen Job Section also provides supportive information and tips on how to construct a resume, or how to prepare and present oneself during an interview.” Details on labor laws that are applicable to teens and individuals in that work space, steps on how to conduct an employer search and reference material that every teen must be aware during a job search are available.

The student jobs section caters to first time internship and job seekers. It offers tips and important information for find the right first job. Such information helps students to enjoy their first job experience and gather valuable experience rather than be disillusioned and frustrated with a mundane task that may wrongly interfere with the student’s career objectives.

About Teen Jobs Section

Teen Jobs Section helps students and young professional to climb the corporate ladder with a deeper insight of their career objective. The multiple sections on the website offer a wide portfolio of career opportunities. For more information please visit http://www.teenjobsection.com

Press Contact
Sara Carter
1225 N. 36th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
eMail: Sara@teenjobsection.com
Website: http://www.teenjobsection.com

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Press Release Submitted On: October 30, 2009 at 12:27 pm
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