I was looking through various job websites for what jobs O-level certificate holders like you can get in the job market currently and here are some that popped up:
Customer service executive
Retail sales associate
HR administrative assistant
Sports assistant at country club
Leadership trainer (comfortable speaking in front of crowd)
IT support engineers
Credit control executive
Some of the most common job-seeking websites that you could check out are job street, job central, indeed, gumtree, internsg etc.
If you are looking for a full-time job but there isn’t something suitable in the meantime or nothing that you really like, you could also consider doing internships as there is always the possibility of being converted to full-time after your internship period ends if your performance is good and your employer would like to keep you.
Hope this helps and all the best!
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I think the previous posters before me have given good advice. Just to add on - have you heard of the ikigai model before? It's a Japanese term which means "life purpose", so I suggest you think of approaching your career from the following areas: what are you passionate about, what you are awesome at, what the world needs and what you can be paid for.
More details here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/chrismyers/2018/02...
Your O level certificate isn't something cast in stone. once you identify that sweet spot, you can easily sign up for webinars/workshops/courses and hone your ability in the area that you love doing. if you are motivated, you can even pick up skills from YouTube videos. don't limit your self-worth to "just an o level certificate".
in the meantime, maybe keep a record of successful people who work their way up from their o level certificates
( https://sites.google.com/site/myhomeincyberspac... ). i know that Elim Chew, the founder of 77th Street has an O level certificate. I'm sure you will come across more such examples when you start looking.
With an O levels cert you can be a CSO (customer service officer), receptionist, security guards, ad...
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