Best Jobs For Students: 10 Great Jobs For College Grads

 Best Jobs For Students: 10 Great Jobs For College Grads


Finding a job

Handshake provides colleges and universities with a directory of available, local part-time jobs. Handshake will also connect you with schools for internship and co-op opportunities, internships, and work-study jobs. A quick search on Handshake yields some interesting job postings. For example, I found a small home d├ęcor store looking for work-study students to help out at the store and pick out items for their display. Internships Internships are a great way to get exposure to a career and gain work experience. This past summer, I interned at the Drake Hotel in downtown Minneapolis. I was introduced to marketing, event planning, and event planning for event spaces. I also got a chance to help out with Drake University's trademarked Taco Tuesday fundraiser.


Tips for college students

The first place to look for a part-time job is Handshake, the Career Center's exclusive online database of both on and off-campus job listings. You will find a variety of options, from stocking shelves in an outdoor market to hosting large lunches and dinners. To find jobs in the field of your choice, sign up for our free career e-newsletter (free at bidderjob.com). Check out the Career Center's Career Nights. Most are scheduled for the first Wednesday of every month, but there are some throughout the year. During these, the Career Center provides job search assistance and information about on-campus job listings as well as other career-related issues. The spring semester job fairs take place in Ritter Student Center on Wednesdays at 6 p.m.


What makes a good job for a student?

Flexibility Variety of tasks Variety of hours Predictable work hours Acceptable pay (i.e. more than minimum wage, reasonable hourly wage, and vacation time) Availability of child care Interesting work environment Trusted employer When searching through this site, look for opportunities with variety in hours and location, such as summer gigs that you can do from home. Other helpful tips are: Sometimes you can find a part-time job on a campus, in the city or even across the country. Some employers like students because they are typically better at meeting deadlines and working through distractions than a typical adult. Working with students also increases the opportunities for networking. For more advice and tips to help find part-time work, visit the Handshake Careers page.


What type of jobs are available?

Work-from-home jobs are among the most popular, with flexible hours and little or no overhead (though obviously you need some extra cash). Online: /countries/india/job/ For students looking for a more traditional work environment, there are several entry-level Online: pakistan/bidderjob/ Best Jobs For Students: 10 Great Jobs For College Grads The first place to look for a part-time job is Handshake, the Career Center's exclusive online database of both on and off-campus job listings. You will find a variety of opportunities in different fields including communication, retail, technology and the media.


Make money with a part-time job

You're halfway through college, you're happy to have a job, but you can't quite decide what you really want to do with your life. Well, that's where the Career Center can help. We're the College Career Center, a nonprofit dedicated to making sure your college career is as enjoyable as possible, and we're currently hosting the largest undergraduate Career Fair in Georgia (over 200 employers). Through our Career Services office, we help you find a job in your major with pre-placement workshops and career fairs (which are student-organized and staffed with career professionals). We help you with resumes and cover letters. We guide you through job hunting, interviews, and you even get your own personal career counselor on call throughout the school year!


Conclusion

Take the time to apply to the many online job listings and many more off-campus. Take advantage of the job fairs, especially if there's an after-hours option or if you're able to arrange for transportation. Don't be afraid to get to know the employees at the companies you're applying to, as they will likely remember you and be able to answer any questions you have.


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