Happy HalloThanksMas! No, we didn’t invent a new holiday, although every day is a national holiday now if you’re counting National Pizza Day or National Taco Day. In this instance, we’re referring to that blur of time that occurs at the end of the year, between Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the holiday season. Though the last quarter of the year has just started, you’ll see that companies are already hiring seasonal workers for the busiest time of the year. Now is a great time for high school, college, and graduate students alike to take on holiday work. Though it will make for a busy few months, companies need more workers, wages are unparalleled, and it offers students the chance to pay for college or save money for student expenses.If you’re looking for the perfect place to take on a part-time job, look no further than the below holiday jobs. They’re offering competitive pay, and in some cases, signing bonuses!If you’ve been to a Target lately, you’ve no doubt seen their signs about needing seasonal help. The retail giant offers $15 per hour starting pay, although some locations may see higher wages. Seasonal employees will receive a discount on all merchandise, which can help with those holiday shopping lists. They can also request flexible scheduling, like weekends only. Again, it may be worthwhile to stick around after the holidays as Target is offering full tuition to its employees as well.In September, Walmart announced that it would be hiring 20,000 part- and full-time workers just to prepare for the holiday season, according to CNBC. Job opportunities range from order fillers to freight handlers with an average starting wage of over $20 per hour. The big box store will undoubtedly be hiring in-store seasonal employees as well to help with in-store needs, online order fulfillments, and pick-up.