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Tertiary students on holiday a staffing solution

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Lorna McConnon

National Marketing & Communications Manager

Student Job Search Aotearoa 

Te Roopu Rapu Mahi Tauira

PH 021 739 575



Tertiary students on holiday a staffing solution for employers


Tuesday 18 June 08, 11.30am

With mid year holidays starting, students are looking for work says tertiary employment service, Student Job Search.

Many employers admit to not having enough hours in the day.

At work they have a lot of things to do at once and not enough staffing resource to do it.

Student Job Search (SJS) has the solution – employ a student to do it for you.

Nearly 300,000 tertiary students will be on mid-year holidays over the next month.

What’s more many will be looking for work over their two or so weeks holiday.

SJS CEO Martin Chamberlain says  “SJS will generate more than $82million worth of student earnings this year(to June 08).  We’re focused on getting lots of work for students whilst ensuring employers are satisfied.  We provide an easy and flexible employment solution to employers.”

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Get students to help you get more hours in your day.

SJS has been providing students employment since 1982.  SJS is not-for-profit and owned by student associations and is funded by the government through StudyLink.




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