The Summer Holidays are almost at an end, and so is our series on summer jobs. This time we have chosen for you jobs involving sales. Selling doesn't require a specialized education, and it covers a number of possibilities. Let's look at some of them.

In one of our last articles about summer jobs for the summer of 2016 we have decided to look at a sector which many people probably believe no longer exists. If given a chance to be a shepherd for goats and sheep - wouldn't you imagine yourself to be a person from a time long ago? And yet there are still shepherds, and what‘s more they aren’t necessarily old men, wandering alone through the mountains.

Changing jobs on a rolling basis can be easy, but taking decisions about changing your profession can be time consuming and a subject for deep introspection.

Summer is half over, and we are slowly approaching the end of summer jobs ideas. But before we do, let‘s have a look at those that do not require too much advance preparation since there is not too much time for that left - writing articles in particular.

Have you ever dreamed of making cartoons? Becoming part of this exciting and magical process? Most likely Yes, in your childhood, when you were the right age to watch Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, or The Lion King. The fantastic world of Disney is always breathtaking, inspiring, and impressive to the imaginations of not only children but also adults. What if your dream came true and you got a job at the Walt Disney Animation Studio? We ask Sunmee Joh a young story artist for Walt Disney.

I like old masters, I like the way they have guided me through life, educating me through their words just as my family, friends, and teachers have done. One more of them, along with da Vinci, is in the back of my head as I write these words, and it's St. Bernard, who said that "you will find something more in woods than in books. Trees and stones will teach you that which you can never learn from masters". What is the moral of that for education?


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