Summer jobs: Companies hiring
The forecast this summer is calling for sunny skies, warm weather, and plenty of jobs. Find the top companies hiring now.
Landing that sweet summer job that'll help you pay for school, a new car, or pad your bank account for the future is a rite of passage for high school and college students every year. For some of you, it can be filled with dread, while others are excited about the prospects of meeting new people and learning new skills. Either way, we're making it easier for you to find one of the hottest summer jobs this year.
Monster partnered with Fastweb, the leading online resource for helping you pay for college, to identify the hot industries for summer jobs and some of the top companies with part-time jobs in each of them. “Summer jobs help students build a resume as well as utilize their summer break to their advantage,” states Mark Nelson, vice president of Fastweb. “By connecting students with relevant part-time job opportunities, we help get their summer job search started.”
So, whether you're looking for a gig that'll get you outdoors (lifeguard, camp counselor, landscaper), teach you new computer skills (administrative assistant, receptionist), or keep you busy in a fast-paced workplace (customer service rep, cashier, food server), these jobs have what you're after. And here's a pro tip: The summer-job season just started , so if you don't see what you're looking for now, check back in a few weeks for updates. Fastweb and Monster are continually posting new part-time jobs. But remember, if you see one you like, apply right away. These jobs get filled quickly. Check out this week's list.
Companies hiring summer jobs
Office and Administrative
Education/Summer Camp/Child Care
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