Most of us can remember our first summer jobs. The lazy strolls into work, the daydreams about being at the pool or on the beach while we reluctantly served customers or pushed brooms… the experiences we had during our first summer jobs were probably ones that we’ll be able to recall forever. Thinking back on our first summer jobs may even bring up tales of sorrow, anxiety and misery, simply because we hated our first seasonal gig. Others may look back on their summertime work from their teenage years and wish that it had never ended.
Volunteer or Hand for Entertainment and Events
Have you ever helped one of your friends throw a party on a Friday night that everyone was still talking about on Monday morning? Do you enjoy planning events, meeting new people, and making sure that everyone is having a great time? If this sounds like you, then you should think about working for a local entertainment and events planner.
Childcare Jobs for Teens and Students
You may think that working with children is all fun and games, but today’s childcare sector has changed tremendously since Mary Poppins was in business. Babysitting in the 21st century involves so much more than simply watching over children; potential babysitters are often required by parents to undergo a thorough interview process while verifying your credentials just to get your foot in the door. Even after all that, if you can’t keep your composure when handling a few screaming kids, then you’ll be out of a job before you even get started.
Customer Service from Home – Online Jobs
Think about the last time you were on the phone with a customer service representative. Now try to picture where those people work. You probably imagine them talking to you from a bland cubicle in a huge office building somewhere, fluorescent lighting beaming down from the ceiling and lighting up the pictures of their families on their otherwise boring desks… doesn’t sound like a great place to work, does it?
Gardener, Green Jobs!
Has anyone ever accused you of having a green thumb? Do you love working outdoors, especially in the backyard or garden? Well if you do, and you’re looking to make some extra money on the side, then you should consider becoming the neighborhood gardener.