Tea ladies and cruise-ship dancers: UK agency CEOs describe their first summer jobs

Summer jobs are often the first taste young people get of regular working life. Typically low paid and long shifts, from these humble beginnings leaders emerge. These days the summer job is overlooked by the array of internships and career-building programs abroad on offer. And yet, evidence suggests menial jobs — be it waiting tables or pulling pints — build better future employees.Read the full article