*Vacation traineeships and internships at leading firms
*Staff for the public opening of Buckingham Palace
*Tour guides for the Glenfiddich Distillery in Scotland
*Volunteers to walk dogs at Battersea Dogs Home
*Marshals for Silverstone & Brands Hatch motor racing
*Television and film extras
*Ride assistants for the London Eye and Alton Towers
*Volunteer archaeologists to excavate a Roman town
*EFL teachers across Britain
*Sherlock Holmes look-alikes & Victorian maids in London
*Staff for Wimbledon Tennis and Goodwood Races
*Animal keepers at London Zoo
"Summer Jobs in Britain" gives all the information the reader needs to choose and get the perfect job:
- Where the jobs are.
- When and to whom to apply.
- Information on wages (up to $900 per week).
- When the work is available and working hours.
- Age limits and whether any previous experience is required.
Also included are information on work permits, including the "Work in Britain Scheme" for American students, advice on taxation, the British national minimum wage etc. In addition, for people who want to work in a particular part of the country the book's regional chapters are preceded by introductions that explain the possibilities for finding work in that area.