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Field-related jobs for undergraduates

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Tasell
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Jan16-09, 07:53 AM
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Hi, I'm currently a Physics undergraduate living in London. I'm thinking of finding a field-related job which I can do during the holidays to see how much I'm capable of doing. Does anyone have any suggestion where to start? Not many people would hire an undergraduate, right?
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Jan16-09, 09:01 AM
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Hi, I'm currently a Physics undergraduate living in London. I'm thinking of finding a field-related job which I do during the holidays to see how much I'm capable of doing. Does anyone have any suggestion where to start? Not many people would hire an undergraduate, right?
Yes, they're typically called interns. Check with your school for information on co-op programs.

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