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How difficult is it for a young Thai to get unskilled work in bk?

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22 year old presentable female. High school grad. Well mannered, can play the violin lol. Never done a days work in her life.

Strangely finding it hard to get even an interview for jobs in Starbucks Amazon etc.

 

In these covid times are there jobs like dishwasher where they hire "anybody"?

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Getting a job now will be difficult, because most unskilled work tends to be in the industries that are getting hit hard by the shutdown. My friend's gf was getting 3 to 5 interviews per week (and just accepted a good job), but she is a graphic designer. I would expect her prospects to be much better in a few months.

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I think it would be best to keep her home and safe,the way things are,

with so many people losing their jobs or hours cut,next to impossible

to find work.

regards worgeordie

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Check with CPAll (7-11) but chances are slim.

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Maybe volunteer work ,just to get her off her <deleted>.

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Tescos , Big C,  Makro any of the big chains are worth a look. These places are taking on more because of the virus for restocking etc. (Accordiing to the news,)

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Keep her home

 

University when things settle. Maybe BBA program.

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The French foreign legion, Thai Air Force, British Navy, USA Navy or Air Force... 

Get experience, see the world. (Well maybe not so much 'world' with T.A.F.)

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Maybe try GRAB , LINEMAN , FOODPANDA, GET or wichever (food)delivery service , they seam to be thriving at this moment . 

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2 hours ago, justin case said:

if she is pretty, she will survive ...just need a few sponsors

NCC is not in Bangkok...

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Even before the virus stuff my stepson was having great difficulty getting a gap year job before he went to uni. International school educated, completely bi-lingual. <deleted> IGCSE grades admittedly, but not even an interview at Starbucks etc. TIT.

 

 

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