Summer jobs can be pretty hard to find if you don't start looking early. There are a lot of students in this city and they all need money to go out at night so the competition is pretty fierce.\nThe most important part of a summer job (other than the money) is that you need an easy job where you don't have to take your work home with you.\nYou're not there to learn or stress, you're there to make quick money so you can be free to party the rest of the time. End of story.\n1. Warehouse Staff Bell Center\nBonus: Nowhere does it say you need to know French.\nClick here to apply.\n2. Suite Runners\nThat's a fancy word for the guy who delivers room service in hotels.\nClick here to apply.\n3. Spokesperson for the SPA\nRaise awareness about the mistreatment of animals.\nClick here to apply.\n4. Student Painter\nThe perfect job for English speaking students.\nClick here to apply.\n5. More Student painters\nSince there are so many student painter job we felt it needed a 2nd post.\nJob 1 - Job 2 - Job 3\n6. Office Assistant\nTbis is basic stuff. General office work, phone calls, letters, data entry.\nClick here to apply.\n7. Camp Counselor\nEveryone should do this job at least once in their lives.\nClick here to apply.\n8. Administrative/Clerical work\nIt's exactly as boring as you think.\nClick here to apply.\n9. Barista\nBonus: You'll know how to make all that cool latte art.\nClick here to apply.\n10. Army Reserves\nBonus: Much more effective than the gym.\nClick here to apply.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.