Hot Summer Jobs for Summer Lovers

Hot Summer Jobs for Summer Lovers

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What do you love the most about summer? What is your favourite summer activity? Is it to be on a beach on a hot summer day, spend time with family at a park, or hang out with friends? But are you nervous because you feel obligated that you have to be out there looking for a summer job or an experience that will “count”? Make the most out of your time by realizing that all experiences -traveling, volunteering or a temporary job will “count”. And don’t worry; you won’t miss out on summer. 

It’s still not too late to take advantage of the beautiful weather and the season’s best to get experience.  If you don’t want to miss out on the season’s best, why don’t you look for experiences that will allow you to benefit from the best of both worlds? For example as a Resort Activities Assistant will be able to bring your passion for water sports and cookouts to work, and you can get paid to organize and enjoy favorite summer activities. Here are some ideas for opportunities that will allow you to both enjoy the best of summer and discover something new about yourself.

  • Resort Activities Assistant

If you love a good vacation – and who doesn’t? – a career in leisure could be your ticket to success. Bring your passion for water sports, cookouts, and luaus to work, along with some planning prowess, and you can get paid to organize and enjoy your favorite summer activities.

  • Summer Camp Counselor

Counselors get the chance to teach youngsters skills like canoeing and camping. But time outdoors isn't the only perk. Being on a summer day camp staff offers important skills in team building, leadership, problem-solving and child development

  • Tour Guide/Work at a tourist attraction!

Visit tourist attractions and meet diverse people from different places. Kill two bunnies with one stone by traveling and working at the same time!

  • Theme Park Worker

From supervising the rides to hawking cotton candy, theme parks have plenty of summer jobs. Park across the nation typically includes free admission as a job benefit, so you can ride that roller coaster as many times as you want.

  • Gardening or Landscape 

Keep your feet on land and stay outside this summer. You can be your own entrepreneur and test out your entrepreneurial skills while enjoying the sun.

  • Child Care

Summer mean that young children no longer need to suffer the indignities of teachers or books, but they’ll still need to be under the watchful eye of a caregiver since mom and dad are still working. If you can line up work with the right family, you'll snare a gig where "work" consists of taking kids to the beach, the baseball stadium and a water park.

  • Lifeguard

Pull out your zinc oxide and swimsuit. As pools open for the summer and lakes warm up from frigid winter temperatures, plenty of options to lifeguard will be available. According to the job search engine Simply Hired, there are currently more than 1,000 openings for summer lifeguard roles.

  • Cruise Jobs

You can sail the open sea, meet new people, and rock and roll to the ebb and flow of the water. Just don’t forget to pack your Dramamine!

  • Movie theater jobs

Summer Blockbusters are on their way! You get to stay cool under the air conditioning as well.

 

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Posted on July 19, 2012