Driving Home for Christmas?

Friday, December 14th, 2018
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There’s something wonderful about being home for the holidays. As our lives become more and more hectic, there’s nothing nicer than taking a bit of time to enjoy a cosy and familiar atmosphere along with a little bit of home cooking.

BUT…if you find yourself 12 hours into a Harry Potter marathon and 3 Bounty’s away from polishing off an entire box of Celebrations (there’s no shame in that, by the way) it might be just as nice to get out and earn a bit of cash somewhere local.

Update your city in the app

We’ve recently opened up a ton of new locations on the app. By updating your city in the settings, you can browse shifts in your nearest local area.

Here’s how to change your location:

Step 1. Tap settings in the sidebar; Step 2. Select ‘Cities’; Step 3. Browse cities to see if there’s work in your local area!

Don’t forget:

There are 2 things to keep in mind when updating your city.

  1. Keep one city on at a time. This will eliminate any confusion when browsing shifts (you’d hate to accidentally apply for a job in London when you’re in Leeds!)
  2. Remember to switch back as soon as you’re back in your main city to avoid missing out on shifts and notifications.  

 

For more tips on how to get more shifts and more form the Catapult app, click here!

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