A critical look at the 10 best paying part-time jobs in Canada for International students in 2021
There are many international students currently studying in Canada. Standard tertiary education is very expensive in Canada (depending on the field), so most students are on the look for part-time jobs. Below here are the 10 best paying part-time jobs in Canada for international students.
What are the highest paying part time jobs for international students in Canada 2021?
Most often, the available part-time jobs are not usually related to the student’s field of study. They are jobs that any average student can do without any difficulty, and the income is calculated per hour. Below here are some of the 10 highest paying jobs for International students in Canada:
- Office assistant at 14 CAD per hour.
- Customer service assistant at 11 CAD per hour.
- Aquarium interpreter at13 CAD per hour.
- Lifeguard at 12 CAD per hour.
- Sales assistant at 12 CAD per hour.
- Cook at 13 CAD per hour.
- Bookkeeper at 25 CAD per hour.
- Human resources assistant at 13 CAD per hour.
- Educational interpreter at 13 CAD per hour. (Jobs credit goes to study portals master).
As an international student in Canada, you are allowed to work not more than 20 hours every week during lecture semesters.
However, during holidays, you are permitted to work full time, and you can work as much as 40 hours every week. These kind of jobs are usually referred to as summer jobs.
Here are some of the best paying summer jobs for International students in Canada:
- Festival coordinator at 10 CAD for each hour worked.
- Reading programme leader at 14 CAD for each hour worked.
- Camp counsellor at 12 CAD for each hour worked.
- Programme facilitator at13 CAD for each hour worked.
- Baker at 15 to 22 CAD for every month (not more than 40 hours per week).
- Recreation facilitator at15 CAD for each hour worked.
- Entertainment activities coordinator: 15 CAD/hour.
- Painter at 13 CAD for each hour worked. (Jobs credit goes to study portals master).
5 best Canadian cities where to study and find part-time jobs
Here are the 5 best canadian cities where you can study and also get paid well easily on hourly basis. They have good reputation and as well offers more opportunities for students interested in doing part-time jobs within and outside the school Campus. Five of them have been listed below:
How to find part time jobs for international students in Canada
There are many sources to secure Part-time jobs in Canada. However, you might need to do some of the following necessary actions:
- Obtain a Social Insurance Number (SIN). This number will be requested whenever an employer wants to hire you.
- Write out an amazing CV, create a well drafted cover letter and always be prepared for interviews.
- Link connections to other students.
- Become a member of students associations.
- Participate in career meetings.
- Check online for vacancies.
- Ask for recommendations from the school authorities. You can be offered part-time jobs even by the school management.
If you follow all the tips listed above, you will surely find a part-time job within a week or two. However, here is a precaution. No matter how much a job is enticing, or how much it pays per hour, if it’s not related to your career and field of study, think over it before giving an approval. This is because the nature of your part-time jobs also determines the subsequent jobs that will be available for you in the future.