Looking for a part-time job for the fall? It's not too early to start a job search if you're a student looking for a job with hours you can work around school or if you're a parent who would like to find a job for when the kids are in school.
What's the best way to find a part-time job? One way is to use a job search engine. Click on the Advanced Search option and you'll be able to search by type of position and narrow the results to include only part time jobs listings and the location where you want to work.
Think local. Many smaller companies hire by posting on their Chamber of Commerce jobs site (search Google for your town's name and jobs to find the job board) or by accepting walk-in applications. If you do apply in-person check out these tips for applying for part-time jobs before you head out the door so you make the best impression.
Students, check with your high school guidance office or college career office to see if they have job listings. You may be able to find a job right on campus, or close by, if you're a college student.
Here's more information on how to find a part-time job including the best sites for part-time job listings, how to apply and how to follow up on your applications.
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