If you are unemployed and living in Montreal, you know finding a job is not easy. And if you're student, it's even harder.\nREAD ALSO: Justin Trudeau Is Going To Be Giving Canadians Unconditional Free Money\nExams will starting soon, so summer jobs are the lat thing on people's minds. But the truth is that if you don't start looking today, there might not be any good jobs left come summertime.\nLuckily, your good friends at MTLBlog (okay, fine, it's just me) decided to patrol this week’s job posts, and here are the easiest summer jobs for students we could find.\n1. Candy Sampler\nWatch candy being made, eat it, and on occasion, sell it.\nClick here for more info.\n2. La Ronde Staff\nOne of the coolest summer jobs out there.\nhttps://www.laronde.com/larondeen/jobs/seasonal-jobs\n3. School Uniform Fitter\nIt's like selling pants, only all your customers want the exact same pair of pants.\nClick here for more info.\n4. Brand Ambassador\nJust like regular ambassador, minus the diplomatic immunity.\nClick here for more info.\n5. Accounting Assistant\nDo you like money? What about counting? You'll need both.\nClick here for more info.\n6. Visual Merchandising Intern\nIt may be an internship, but it pays $2,000 a month.\nClick here for more info.\n7. Event Set Up\nIt's just like getting paid in backstage passes.\nClick here for more info.\n8. Park Supervisor\nYou get to spend all day outside in a park, and they'll actually pay you for it.\nClick here for more info.\n9. Assistant Store Manager\nMuch better than being assistant to the store manager.\nClick here for more info.\n10. Lifeguard\nI'm pretty sure this is the first "summer job" ever invented.\nClick here for more info.\n11. Window Cleaning\nBirds will hate you so much.\nClick here for more info.\n12. McGill Camp Counselors\nJust like being a regular camp counselor, excpet you don't have to live in the Laurentians all summer.\nClick here for more info.