Find your Part Time / Temp Jobs on Job Mail

jobmailtempIn this day and age, getting a permanent job in South Africa is not easy. Besides the fact our country has a 25% unemployment rate, many job seekers can’t find work because they don’t have the required experience for available positions.

At Job Mail,we realize that the job hunting process can be a time-consuming, frustrating and an emotionally draining one and that’s why we want to help you today. One of our main aims is to connect job seekers and employers after all.

So you don’t have experience and looking for a job? Well, did you know that one of the most popular ways to gain experience in the South African job environment is to find a part time / temp job?

Being appointed part time in a low level (or entry level) position may mean that you’ll have to work long hours for very little pay, but it could benefit you in the long run. Just take note of the Tips for Temps that we mentioned last month on this blog and you’ll see what I mean.

If you work hard in your part time / temp position, your manager (or supervisor) will notice, and the chance of being appointed in a permanent position could present itself after you’ve been with the company for more than three or six months. In some cases this may take longer, but if you showcase your loyalty and willingness to work hard, you may get that permanent job you’ve been looking for earlier than you think. So, if you’re struggling to find a permanent position in your field, don’t lose hope!

Don’t wait until a potential employer contacts you! Be Pro-Active and Apply for one of the latest Part Time / Temp jobs on Job Mail!

Remember: We live in a world with lots of opportunities and you’ll be surprised when you least expect it!

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Henno Kruger

Digital Marketing Channel Co-ordinator / Blogger at Job Mail

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  1. Quinton says:

    I am in need of a temp job urgently

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