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    Kerry South Kerry South is offline
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    THE GAA is offering unemployed graduates the opportunity to work with the country’s largest sporting organisation. The GAA is participating in Jobbridge, the national internship scheme, and is offering 126 internships across the organisation and throughout the country. The first phase of work placements will begin in February but the GAA is hoping to expand the scheme to accommodate 200 interns at any one time.
    GAA takes part in Jobbridge | Limerick Studenty.me
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    I have applied for them but got none, actually I did not even get a response. Anyway what skill would cleaning cars all day do for ya? Sure I could go outside now and clean my own car (which I cant afford to tax or put fuel in) and put on my CV im a car valetor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry South View Post
    I did not get the chance to go to college so im not a graduate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fenian john View Post
    I have applied for them but got none, actually I did not even get a response. Anyway what skill would cleaning cars all day do for ya? Sure I could go outside now and clean my own car (which I cant afford to tax or put fuel in) and put on my CV im a car valetor
    You could gain the skills and experience and start your own business.

    If you like GAA contact your local club and see whats on offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry South View Post
    You could gain the skills and experience and start your own business.

    If you like GAA contact your local club and see whats on offer.
    knowing my local gaa club they would hire an out of work player and just let him or her do what they want and still collect the extra fifty a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fenian john View Post
    knowing my local gaa club they would hire an out of work player and just let him or her do what they want and still collect the extra fifty a week.
    try a little jig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry South View Post
    So take the feckin Internship then. You will feel better for it. Lots of good placements available, even the GAA offer some.

    Lots of people who take them get a job at the end of it.
    care to provide a link to back up that utter nonsense you're posting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry South View Post
    try a little jig.

    Little jigs are for FGers who want attention for the great things they did in the past year
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    Quote Originally Posted by fenian john View Post
    Little jigs are for FGers who want attention for the great things they did in the past year
    Your quite right.

    try this instead.



    Plenty of Jobs out there for those who aren't lazy. If foreigners can get work so can you.

    Or you can do as I do and farm, great work and life.
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    I look for work everyday but I live in rural Ireland and don't have the luxury of public transport to ferry me around from town to town etc looking for work. It takes me twenty minutes to cycle to the local post office to get my dole on a friday. Would love to live in an urban area but I don't and can't afford too
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