How To Find Student Jobs

You’re student studying to towards that qualification that will get you your dream job one day, however you need cash now which means you need a student job. Here’s how you can find student jobs in South Africa.

How To Find A Job As A Student

Your time at college and university is an exciting and fun time in your life. But as a student, you’ll have expenses and will most likely want a little spending money, so naturally you will be looking for a student job.

A student job can be very beneficial to you as you will earn money, learn how to manage this money, become independent and gain some work experience, which could help you in future.

How To Apply For Student Jobs

Examples of student jobs include:

  • Customer Service Representative
  • Babysitting
  • Warehouse Associate
  • Sales Representative
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Waiter/Waitress
  • Dog Walker/Pet Sitter
  • Hostess
  • Sales Associate
  • Tutor

So now the question is where can you find a student job that will be of benefit to you? We got you covered here at the Careers Portal. We post daily vacancies available in South Africa, whether it be part-time, full time, internships/learnership and loads more.

Student Jobs Near Me

Of course the easiest thing is if you can get a job that is near to you. That will make transport, simpler, quicker and most of all cheaper.

Once you click on the student job vacancy on our website, you will need to check if you meet the requirements and then follow the instructions to apply for the specific position.

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Varsity Student Jobs

Feel free to browse through our website and look for a part-time or student job that suits you. No experience? Don’t worry about it, student job employees don’t expect you have any experience. Check out this article on Part-Time Jobs For Students With No Experience,

So remember, when you are looking for a student job, look at the pros and cons and if the cons outweigh the pros then look for something else. You don’t need to bite off more than you can chew, find something that is comfortable for you and won’t give you unnecessary stress. 

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