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Boost Your Summer Bank Account

Summer’s great but if you don’t have the money to splurge on things like weekends away, festivals or just a night out it’s not so fun. With spring disappearing as fast as it sprung and those finances not looking brilliant, we’ve put together this list of job sites to help you find part time and temporary work to boost your summer bank account.

http://www.indeed.co.uk/ – Here you’ll find every single job that’s been posted online so it’s pretty much a one stop shop. You just need to create a simple C.V. and you’re on your way to finding that perfect summer job, whatever and wherever that is!

http://www.e4s.co.uk/ – A site especially for students where you’re able to search and apply for part time, holiday, temporary, gap year and graduate jobs as well as internships and placements. With almost 30,000 available as we type, you’re bound to find something that suits you for the summer months and maybe beyond.

http://www.musicweek.com/ – It’s one of the most read, respected and influential magazines in the music business so be sure to check out Music Week if you want a career in the industry. Most of the listings are permanent jobs but definitely keep a look out as there could be some great opportunities, especially if you’re in your final year.

http://eventstaffing.co.uk/ – Get paid to work at sporting and music events such as Tough Mudder, Sundown Festival and Boardmasters all while boosting your C.V. with even more event related work experience. Two birds, one stone!

Backstage Academy – With our strong industry links, the opportunities here at Backstage are second to none. The teams behind events such as Latitude Festival, We Are FSTVL, Radio 1’s Big Weekend and Somersault Festival recognise the calibre of Backstage Academy students and wish to work with them. The work experience opportunities we offer are exclusive to Backstage students and with the contacts and links we have, you couldn’t be in a better place to gain amazing experience!

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