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I don't think that it is very easy for international students
to get a good part-time job in Sydney.
These days I have had some job interviews and I've gotten some good answers,
but those jobs are not exactly what I want to do
or the payment per hour is not really good. (e.g. $10)
Of course, I am looking for a job not only to get some money, though.
I would also like to experience new things but my time is limited
and I need to make sure I have enough time to study.
In my case, because I'm not so young,
the job needs to be related or applicable to my future career.

If you are choosy, it might be difficult to find a job.
If Japanese people don't mind working at Japanese restaurants,
it would be easier.
But if you don't have experience working at restaurants in Japan,
sometimes the salary is not good and you cannot even be employed.

So If Japanese people want to get a good part-time job here,
I recommend you to do the same kind of jobs in Japan in advance.
The kinds of jobs would be working as wait stuffs or kitchen hands at Japanese restaurants
by a wide margin, Japanese teachers, beauticians, hairdressers or nannies.
They are in demand.
English ability is also required as you can imagine.

I really want to work at a farm including homestaying or at a wine factory in the future.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. hoax (in a newspaper)
= an act intended to make sb believe sth that is not true, especially sth unpleasant
2. -to-be (in a newspaper)
=
3. vow (in a newspaper)
= a formal and serious promise, especially a religious one, to do sth

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