Enjoying the student life often feels like you’re breaking the bank, between an awesome social life, keeping good grades, and trying to save money, this may seem impossible. And yes, we totally understand that money can be a huge issue if you’re wanting to get the best college experience. With that being said, many students rely on part-time jobs to help with their finances while study towards their degree. No matter if the money is to cover food, tuition costs, or the awesome parties, everyone needs some extra cash. Nowadays, there are plenty of ways for students to make money. So, here are some of the best part-time jobs for college students.
A part-time job as a tutor is where any and every student will find many opportunities. Whether you want to tutor young kids in elementary school, high school, or even your fellow college classmates, the options are endless. Hours are often very flexible, plus, this is one of the best paying part-time jobs!
This is a terrific option for all college students, even if you don’t have the necessary experience. Cafes in or around campus are generally always looking for new employees, so it’s pretty easy to squeeze in a few shifts before or after class. This job will involve taking orders, preparing the coffee as well as serving drinks. You’ll get to know the locals and the coffee business relatively quickly all while making some good cash.
For people who love working with kids, this is a great opportunity to spend your spare time with children as well as earning good money. Usually, babysitters work at night and on the weekends, taking care of kids while their parents are out or working. There are a variety of different places to look for a position as a babysitter. Its not too difficult but you do need to have a lot of energy and patience.
Most of the time you do need some kind of experience working as a bartender, however, if you are a quick learner you won’t have a problem. This cool job is great if you prefer working in the evenings and are looking to be part of the awesome college party scene. Typically you’ll need to be at least 21 years of age and of course be prepared to work in a very fast-paced environment.
Working as a library assistant you will be required to assist the librarian prepare and organize material, however, you may also be required to do other menial tasks. Even though there are certain skills that students need to fulfill their responsibilities, the position is not too complex, as long as you have good interpersonal skills, are detailed oriented, and are good with technology- you’re good to go. The best part of it all is that there is usually plenty of time to do your homework.
If you’re one that loves dogs, then this is the perfect part-time job for you! Dog walking is a very flexible job, however, it does require that you are very responsible, reliable, and enjoy being outdoors with all types of dogs. What’s great about this job is that you don’t need previous work experience!