Part Time Jobs for Teens – 10 Jobs

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Let’s face it:  College can be very expensive. Responsible students usually look out for part-time work to meet their needs and some cash for personal use.  However, it’s also a good step to get a job during your college days for the sake of fun, employment experience and an opportunity to enhance your resume, because whether the student likes it or not he will soon face the working population.  Here are the top ten (10) part-time jobs college students usually obtain:

 

  1. Landscaper
  • Do you have a flair for creativity with plants and gardens? This job might be good for you.  While you can exercise and make use of those muscles, your mind as well as your eyes can benefit from the green all around you.  Though this work is more on the manual one, it’s good that you can spend time alone and have the peace and calm you will be requiring after a day full of academic-inflicted stress.
Landscaper Jobs
Landscaper Jobs

 

  1. Animal Caretaker or Pet Sitter
  • If you’re a student of veterinary medicine or any degree pertaining to animals, this job is suitable for you. You get to know animals and behavior personally with an added benefit of cash.  Contact family friends or the neighborhood to know if this kind of job is available.  In addition to that, pet shop owners are more than willing to hire a responsible college student than spend their bucks from other professionals.
Animal Caretaker
Animal Caretaker

 

  1. Tutor
  • If you’re taking up an Education degree, there’s no better part-time job than to get tutorial jobs. Actually, this job is not only for students who are taking up Education course, this one’s for knowledgeable and competent individuals.  However, handling a child can be pretty stressing.  Just be ready for this challenge. Actually, tutorial jobs are good for your resume, plus this work benefits you better income.
Tutor Job
Tutor Job

 

  1. Restaurant Employee
  • This part-time is pretty interesting. You got to know lots of food and you can be exposed to the basics of dining service.  This job is a good experience for students who take up hotel management related courses.
Restaurant Employee
Restaurant Employee

 

  1. Camp Counselor
  • Love nature, great outdoors… and children? This one’s a good gig for you.  Though you have to be extra-responsible and wise for your own age, you get the benefit of exploring outside home and campus premises.  Now, who wouldn’t adore that?
Camp Counselor
Camp Counselor

 

  1. Office Intern
  • You can look for local businesses to get this kind of job. This kind of job is actually “cool” since you’re getting a first-hand experience and exposure to what office management and procedure is all about.
Office Intern job
Office Intern job

 

  1. Movie Theater Employee
  • Movie and film aficionados will love this job. While gaining extra bucks, you can have an added benefit of watching those movies free!  Isn’t that cool?
Movie Theater Employee job
Movie Theater Employee job

 

  1. Etsy Seller or Online Entrepreneur
  • Are you one of those creative people with flair in business? Sell your hand-made stuff on the internet or Etsy.com, get exposed and who knows… you might soon be the entrepreneur/artist/ ‘it’ college student of your campus.
Online Entrepreneur job
Online Entrepreneur job

 

  1. Park Employee
  • Consult your directory and look for state and national parks where you can apply for this kind of job. There are many specifics within this job title from handling guests to a personal experience in the wilderness.  This job is suitable for daring and adventurous individuals.

 

  1. Volunteer
  • Do you have a big heart? This one’s not for earning bucks but can say a lot in your resume.  There are a lot of volunteer opportunities so go and find them.  Enjoy basking from that good feeling after a good day’s job.

 

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