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Jobs For College Students


Most college students looking for jobs want part-time or temporary work. Most college students these days are also intimately familiar with the Internet, belonging to the first bona fide web surfing generation. The ideal college job, then, would seemingly be part-time or temporary work on the Internet.

As everyone knows, the Internet is accessible from just about anywhere as long as you've got a laptop. Let's take a look at some of the possibilities Paid-Work-at-Home.net has found for college students who want jobs on the Internet.

One potential job for college students is taking paid consumer surveys, participating in focus groups, or engaging in other paid market research activities. Another potential job for college students is secret shopping. Mystery shopping companies today typically post their openings on the Internet.

Yet another area where college students are earning good money on the Internet is through online auctions. Online auctions provide perhaps the ideal opportunity for the savvy student who wants to learn a little bit about the realities of having a small business.

If that's not enough to get college students who need jobs thinking, Paid-Work-at-Home.net also has links to information on government grants. More grant money is given out for scholarships than for any other purpose. Find the right scholarship to pay your college expenses, and you might not even need a job next school year.




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Opportunities for College Students

Are you a student seeking an internship opportunity? complete our online application if you are seeking a job shadowing opportunity lasting one to five days...
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Student Ambassadors (LCCC Students Only)

Fall available. assist students at the front counter... to prospective students and their families, perform general office duties. a student can work in this...
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Student Conduct Manager, Dean of Students Office

Of the associate dean for student conduct, the student conduct manager coordinates and manages the student... college closing statement boston college conducts...
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Become a Dj

If you love the night club scene, have a love and keen ear for music, and consider yourself 'the life of any party,' why not become a DJ and make some money while you party? Believe it or not, good DJs are very hard to find. That's why it always seems like only a few of them are getting hired at all the nightclubs.
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College Student- Part Time- FP&A

Qualifications only full-time enrolled college students will be considered. bachelor’s degree in... two full years of college and be currently enrolled...
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Office Assistant - College Students - Emergency Medicine

To perform routine clerical and general office work. essential duties and responsibilities include the following. to perform this job successfully, an...
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Online Medical Transcriptionist

Are you a pro at taking dictation, drafting documents, and getting things done without someone constantly checking on you? Are you sick of having your boss constantly on your back? Consider starting a small online medical transcription business. Many people think that medical transcription work is similar to that of a secretary in an office setting taking dictation from her boss.
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Transcriptions at Home

If you own your own computer and have a reliable internet connection, you can make a lot of money doing transcriptions at home. People who do transcription at home tend to have good listening skills and fast typing ability.
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