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    Default What Would Be A Good Saturday Job If I Want To Get Into Construction Or Maintenance?

    I started my first year of a mechanical engineering degree in September but I would like my career to be in site management in construction or building maintenance. I don’t have any experience in these fields.

    What kind of companies should I be applying to and what kind of roles should I look out for? Do you have any advice on what I should say on approaching them?

    At the moment all I could offer an employer is the fact that I’ll always be improving and learning, I’m organised and have experience working as a very hands-on cleaner (although I can’t get a reference from the employer). I think I work well with my hands too.

    I’m also a girl- I’d be interested to know if you think this would hinder or help me (or neither).

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