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    How to Find a Part-Time Job Today

    How to Find a Part-Time Job Today
    There are tons of ways to find out about part-time jobs that are available in your area. Here are just a few: Word-of-mouth Make connections with other high school students who have part-time jobs. Talk to them about their jobs and find out what types of businesses are hiring students. You can also make connections with adults who could possibly let ...
    Published over 5 years ago | Rated: +39
  • +23

    Temping Can Be Tempting

    Temping Can Be Tempting
    Facing graduation without a job? Looking to make money during summer break? Want flexible work hours to fit into your class schedule? A temp job might be the answer. A Wide Array of Opportunities According to recent studies, 90 percent of companies now use temporary help. "The opportunities abound in really every area," says Tim Brogan, spokesperson for the American ...
    Published over 5 years ago | Rated: +23
  • +20

    Summer Jobs in Hospitality

    Summer Jobs in Hospitality
    Picture yourself working in one of the country's famous national parks this summer. Nature surrounds you, as do hiking trails and whitewater rafting trips through canyons. Or think of what it would be like to work for a ritzy resort on a tranquil, sunny beach. Are these fantasy jobs? Not likely. But they can be a great way to supplement your ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +20
  • +19

    Work in Retail

    Work in Retail
    Take a look at these retail stats: * The national annual staff turnover for retail companies ranges from 60 to more than 200 percent of their payroll. * Selling merchandise is highly seasonal and is readily influenced by weather, tourism and holidays. * The current retail job market is tight. Malls often post job openings for all their store tenants at ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +19
  • +55

    Cool Holiday Part Time Jobs

    Cool Holiday Part Time Jobs
    Working in retail doesn’t necessarily mean that every day is the same. If you’re looking to add some excitement to your retail career or earn some extra cash with an out-of-the-ordinary job, there are plenty of seasonal opportunities that go beyond ringing cash registers and stocking shelves. While all positions are not the same, consider one of the following cool temporary ...
    Published over 5 years ago | Rated: +55
  • +16

    Looking for a Job (And Preparing for the Worst)

    Looking for a Job (And Preparing for the Worst)
    I’m a good person. I’m nice to children and old ladies; I don’t kick dogs or cats. I try to eat right and exercise. I always use the correct amount of postage. I don’t pay taxes, but if I did, I’d pay them on time. No, ahead of time! All of this serves to highlight the absurd fact of the ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +16
  • +25

    Get a Job: Federal Work-Study

    Get a Job: Federal Work-Study
    Looking for money for college? A lot of students make ends meet and get great work experience by participating in the federal work-study program. Through work-study, undergraduate and graduate students take jobs during the school year to help cover college costs. But money is only one reason to apply. Students who participate in work-study gain valuable employment experience, build great ...
    Published over 5 years ago | Rated: +25
  • +23

    Help Your Teen Find the Best Summer Job

    Help Your Teen Find the Best Summer Job
    According to Monster’s 2007 High School Graduate Survey of more than 2,000 high school graduates, some two-thirds of today’s graduates already have work experience. If you want to help your teenager become one of them this summer, the best way to do it is to solemnly pledge that you’ll only help, because it’s much too easy to succumb to the temptation ...
    Published over 5 years ago | Rated: +23
  • +10

    Summers Past and Future

    Summers Past and Future
    It's 90 degrees and there is a small breeze. Somewhere an insect is buzzing. I am in my recliner, reclining. It's lazy out. And there’s still one gorgeous hour left until my next class starts. Class? But it's the middle of August! It’s buggy, muggy and a million degrees. I arrive at lectures looking like I've spent the morning paddling around ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +10
  • +23

    Part-Time? No Problem!

    Part-Time? No Problem!
    Has someone told you that only full-time students can cash in on financial aid programs? If so, listen up. It’s time to bust another higher education myth. It’s true that many financial aid programs are limited to full-time students, but determined part-time college-goers like you can also leverage the system to subsidize your educational opportunities. If knowledge is power, then arming ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +23
  • +16

    Get Paid for Your Degree: Teaching Assistantships

    Get Paid for Your Degree: Teaching Assistantships
    What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “work your way through school?” Waiting tables? Working the night shift? What about standing in front of a roomful of freshman students teaching course material? Many university graduate programs offer the opportunity to become a graduate teaching assistant (TA). A TA position offers many benefits, including relief from paying full tuition and ...
    Published over 5 years ago | Rated: +16
  • +24

    Spring Semester Time-Line for Landing a Summer Job

    Spring Semester Time-Line for Landing a Summer Job
    The economy may be on the rebound, but that doesn’t mean there are a plethora of jobs for students to come home to this summer. According to Forbes, only 16% of high school and 40% of college students hold part-time jobs as of May 2012. These are the lowest figures for student employment in the last 20 years. With that, students ...
    Published 9 months ago | Rated: +24
  • +19

    Paying to Intern

    Paying to Intern
    In this job market, experience is everything. How do you get invaluable job experience? Work an internship, of course. But with more students than internship opportunities, the competition is fierce. Students are forced to adopt a “by any means necessary” attitude in hopes of getting ahead. Most recently, this includes paying to open doors. Let’s be clear: we’re not referring to ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +19
  • +22

    Diversify Your Resume

    Diversify Your Resume
    Internships are great – but there are plenty of other ways to bulk up your resume without limiting yourself to indentured servitude. You want your resume to say something about what type of person you are, your work ethic and what you’re capable of accomplishing. Here are some outside-of-the-internship box suggestions to bulk up your resume content. • Become an Entrepreneur ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +22
  • +21

    Discover Your Summer Job Options

    Discover Your Summer Job Options
    Whether you’re in college or saving for college, a summer job is a great idea to earn extra money to save money to pay for school. There are plenty of types of types out there to suit just about any personality type, located anywhere you live. Check out the below summer job option suggestions to point you in the right direction ...
    Published 7 months ago | Rated: +21
  • +25

    Can Your Parents Help You Find a Summer Job?

    Can Your Parents Help You Find a Summer Job?
    So, you’re a student looking for a summer job. You know your parents or family members might be able to help – but how much is too much? You don’t want to depend on them and rightfully so. However, a little networking never hurts. After all, that is how the world works! Here’s how you may be able to ask for ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +25
  • +17

    The Informational Interview

    The Informational Interview
    As a future job seeker, from time to time it’s helpful to get advice and feedback rather than acceptance or rejection. How? The informational interview, of course! During an informational interview, you’re able to ask for career, industry and job search advice from a given professional within the field. Such interviews will be useful throughout your career and can even help ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +17
  • +15

    Student Jobs to Boost Your Resume

    Student Jobs to Boost Your Resume
    There’s more to student jobs than making money, if you plan it out correctly. While any part-time work can give you an edge, there are some jobs in particular that really boost your hiring potential. If you haven’t done so already, head to the employment office at your college and explore your options. According to U.S. News and World Report, the ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +15
  • +11

    4 Ways to Make Your College Job Work for You

    4 Ways to Make Your College Job Work for You
    After much thoughtful planning and strategizing, you’ve developed your game plan for paying your tuition and attending class: work 30 hours a week, take the minimum hours of classes and sleep five or six hours a night. It seems like a good plan, totally doable. But in the end, it may not add up in your favor. For instance, working too ...
    Published 3 months ago | Rated: +11
  • +21

    Showcase Positive Attributes to Land the Job

    Showcase Positive Attributes to Land the Job
    When applying for a job, each interaction you have with a potential employer must show what qualities make you better than the next applicant. An employer is able to learn about your education and work experience by taking a quick look over your resume. It is important to display personal attributes that can’t be found on your resume in order to ...
    Published 3 months ago | Rated: +21
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