6 Quick Tips For Transforming A Summer Job Into A Full-Time Gig


By Lindsay Olson

If you took a summer job to make a little extra cash but figured once fall began you'd be done with it, consider this: That summer job just might be your ticket to full-time work. Employers take less risk in hiring you for the summer, but can see how reliable you are for more permanent roles. You've already learned the ropes at your company, and it's easier to keep an employee than to train another.