Studying in Canada opens up a number of opportunities for you. With some of the best universities and great job market, many students from across the globe go to Canada to study. Additionally, the job market is flourishing and unemployment rate is extremely low making it the perfect place to settle down, take a PR and make life beautiful. As a student, one’s main responsibility is to study and get good grades but maintaining a quality of life is equally important. Getting a job as a student can greatly help reduce financial pressures and also give you that extra amount to splurge and explore around. After all, a little extra money is always welcome!
As a student you cannot work anywhere and as anything, but there are several job options that you could look into. Here are some of the best jobs for students in Canada:
A very well paying job and something that is easily and readily available. If you are okay with erratic hours, this is the best option. Best part- you get the tips!
- Investor Relations
You can get a whiff of the corporate world even before you graduate. Employers appreciate the young and dynamic energy of students and this has made it a popular job option. Best part is that you get to meet some really influential people, enjoy power lunches and attend conferences that could really help and enhance your networking.
Babysitters and nannies are always high in demand. You can also opt to live with a host family if you are on a long break from school or do it part time; it pays well and is a low stress job!
If you are academically strong and have a passion for education, tutoring other college students could be the perfect option for you. It’s not very popular but it pays well and if you have an interest, why not?
- Dog Walker
Spend time with furry pooches, walk in the park and meet other four legged adorable dogs. Become a dog walker and get paid for it. What could be better than walking around with a dog and getting paid for it!
Whether it’s a semester break or a long summer break, getting a job will get you a little experience as well as money- make the most of it!