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  1. Hey guys, I am a 24 year old girl looking for Regional Work in WA. I am a hard worker and willing to give all types of farm work/fruit picking etc. I have a degree in Social Care and have taken part in a number of different farming activities over the years!! I am available immediately and have my own car so transport is not an issue. Please let me know if you have anything available. Thanks, Carol
  2. Hi guys, my girlfriend has only 4 months remaining, and is desperate to get her 2nd year, we have been searching for ages trying to find some work, but its very hard considering most places have there vaccancys filled, if anyone has any info or anything, please let me know ASAp, would kindly appreciate it. Regards, Brad
  3. Hi All! My name is Jamie, I am a carpenter from St. Albans, England and I am flying to Perth on March 7th on a working holiday visa. Looking to settle in Perth for a while and get some casual work, any advice on the best way to start out?!... Are there agencies for casual work seekers? Is it better to walk CV's around to different businesses? Is fruit picking a good option in WA? Would anyone likely put a level 3 carpenter to good use even without tools? Any advice would be very much appreciated! Many thanks Jamie
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