Best part-time jobs for college students

Job Advice for College Grads
Job Advice for College Grads

With the cost of books, tuition and fees, it's not surprising if your cash flow becomes a little stifled in college.

For students who don't have scholarships or don't receive financial assistance from their parents, the financial strain of college expenses can oftentimes lead to added stress and even health-related issues.

One of the easiest ways to avoid financial hardships in college, however, is to get a part-time job.

Not only are part-time jobs great ways to save money, but depending on your role, it can be an opportunity to build your resumé, gain invaluable experience and establish relationships with employers to use as references when you begin searching for a full-time job.

According to David Melnyk, a financial planner with Versus Wealth Management, "A good number of managers are looking for a part-time student employee who will transfer into a full-time employee after graduation." Adding, "If you harness the opportunity to show managers that you are there to work, learn, use your education to help improve the firm, then you may have a golden ticket to a job after graduation."

So, if you're in need of a flexible part-time job that pays well, here's a list of some of the best opportunities available. Not only are these great resumé boosters, but they can also lead to full-time opportunities after graduation!


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