Early work experience gave values for life
At the end of the day, that very value could be the most important quality that a Regional Director of NAV (Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration) could possibly have.
She landed her first job at the age of nine and by the time she was thirteen, she was responsible for ensuring that the fruit and vegetable section of her father´s shop at Vormedal, outside of Haugesund, sparkled every Saturday.
“Early work experience in life is very valuable. It teaches you to take responsibility, to be independent, to establish a good work ethic and to appreciate the value of money. But I do think that it is more difficult for young people today than it was when I was growing up,” she commented.
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