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I just saw on the neighborhood website that the local grocery store is hiring. Yay! I'm going to go see if I can get the job
This is an internet source. It is an internet source because she uses a phone to find out that the job is hiring. She later finds out that she could've gotten a higher paying job but didn't quit because it would give her a bad reputation. (monster.com)
In this scene the girl catches a flyer for a burger joint that just opened and needs new workers. (flyer)
The girl got the job at the burger joint. this is an example of a printed source because she got the job by using a flyer. Unfortunately she finds out that she doesn't enjoy the job because she has bad communication skills.
The most useful job source out of these 3 is the networking job source because she is easily able to get information from people she trusts and try out new things while also learning her skills and weaknesses.
Here, the girl chooses to talk to her family about being a computer programmer in her dad's business. Because her dad is running the business, she can easily get the job. This is networking because she is using the people around her to get a job. (family)
Unfortunately, she finds out she doesn't like the job and isn't very tech savvy. She quits within the first week.
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