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4 Summer Jobs for Students

Taking up an engineering course in any university is a stressful task. This is why once summer break comes, most students want to do is unwind and go to trips with their friends.

There’s just one problem: you’ve been studying all year long and realize you have no money to spend. Lucky for you because the job market offers students numerous options to earn money.

These summer jobs are catered for students so that they’ll have a great chance to find a job that not just pays but piques their interests as well.

4 summer jobs

  • Barista

The best cafes around is not flooded with people because of their prices or atmosphere alone, it garners its reputation because of the people that work for them. These coffee shops are focused on hiring people that have high energy, great people skills and have the patience to serve.

Barista

Working in a coffee shop is a great experience, it could get challenging at times, customer service always will be. Your job consists of taking orders and requests from customer, cashiering and even making cups of coffee.

  • Food & Beverage Staff

This pertains to fast food establishments and dine-in restaurants. These establishments also look for staff that will improve their overall customer service, as this is the make or break factor for them. Working in this industry you will be the front line of your establishment and will be expected to demonstrate proper customer service practices in waiting tables, taking orders, managing customers and cashiering.

F&B

Your goal is to make a lasting positive impression on the customers. These jobs are easy to find and they are more than willing to hire students on a part-time basis.

  • Babysitter

If you’re good with kids and have a knack for taking care of them, why not exploit this passion of yours and take care of kids for money. Offering babysitting services is a great way to earn a bit of extra money and it’s not as heavy of a workload like other jobs.

Babysitter

Sometimes it will only require you to work for a few hours and depending on the number of clients you won’t even have to work daily.

  • Writer

There are many websites out there that connect writers with those companies that need content written. These websites can show you the companies that are looking for content and how much they’re willing to pay for articles. The best part about this job is you can work from your own home, as long as you get the articles by the deadline.

Writer

The amount of work is also dependent on you, most of the companies pay you by the article so it all depends on how much money you can make in that one day.

There are many other jobs that are in desperate need of getting filled. Just look around your area and you’ll see a plethora of jobs just waiting to be applied for.

It is just a matter of pay and workload, how much you want to make and how much time you want to invest. Nothing is stopping you from saving up for that big trip with your friends.

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About the author:

Jeric

Jeric is a freelance writer that features food, lifestyle, travel, DIY subjects, and nature. He is an adventurer, taking on the world and everything it has to offer, may it be the good and the bad. He also has a weird love for reggae and sharks. 

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Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only.

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